I am so excited to introduce this brand new work, "The Francis Quadrangle" It is one of my recent commissions, and is an homage to my Robin Wenneker's dedication, history, and service with Mizzou. Learn the full story of this piece here.
David R. Francis Quadrangle, more commonly known as the Quad, is the historic center of the University of Missouri. The Quad is the location of the Columns and the center of the Red Campus. It’s named for David R. Francis, governor of Missouri from 1888 to 1892, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This piece would look amazing printed on watercolor paper or on a gallery wrapped canvas!
I hope you enjoy my Francis Quadrangle Mizzou Art Print, a piece of Columbia Missouri history. Please feel free to share!
Francis Quadrangle Mizzou Columbia Missouri Print as Fine Art.
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Covid-19: As of July 1st, production and delivery are still operational from my print partner. They are following CDC safety guidelines and are running with staffing levels allowed by their state. My printer is running with minimal staff and is currently running 15-days behind. Any paper, canvas, or metal prints are currently seeing a 15-day delay. Expect your print order in 18- 20 days.
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