Winter Walk To Class
Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades
Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Print.
Reproduced from the original watercolor painting by N. Santoleri
The setting is The Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades. The 220-acre campus, located in Middletown Township, Delaware County, PA, was purchased in 1889. Frank Furness, one of the most prominent architects of the day, was employed to design the buildings.
Although the image portrays two students walking the campus on a winter day, the title is a metaphor for the opportunity given to students to learn a skilled trade and improve their lives.
Since this painting was complected in 2004, the school has been renamed Williamson College of the Trades.
This limited edition print, signed and numbered by the artist, was reproduced from the original watercolor of the same name, using the highest quality craftsmanship and printing on fine neutral pH balanced paper.
About this edition:
- The original watercolor painting was created in 2004
- The print image size is 11.25 x 20 (height by width in inches)
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