Free Print, when you let us frame it for you. This Georgetown University print is free when you let us frame it for you - archival materials and methods used to conserve your print - acid-free double matting - acid-free backing - u.v. protecting Plexi-glas - the frame itself may vary slightly from the one pictured
Artist: John (Jack) Gable
Original Commission by: Richard and Karen McCooey
Original Watercolor Painting sold for: $25,000.00 and is now proudly displayed on the wall just outside Riggs Library in Healey Hall.
Edition Size: 2000 / fewer than 700 remain
Medium: Offset Lithograph Print
Paper: Fine Art Grade, Acid Free
Size Framed: approximately 30" x 37.5"
The Unframed Print - Georgetown University Millennium Edition
The Georgetown University Millennium Edition print holds a great story. (scroll down)
" I created the Tombs and this print for you, so you would remember your time here with us always. Be among the few to own one. When they're gone, they're gone." - Richard J. McCooey (C'52)
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