University of Michigan Law Quad Lithograph Print


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Completed in 1933, the University of Michigan’s Law Quad embodies English Gothic architecture and consists of four major buildings: Hutchins Hall, Legal Research Building, John Cook Dormitory, and the Lawyer’s Club. From this major hub, Michigan’s law students learn their craft.

Founded in 1850, Michigan Law soon became a leader in the education of young laywers. By 1870, it had become the nation’s largest law school. Currently, it educates about 1,200 students each year, who enroll in the school to pursue their JD, LLM, or SJD degrees.

The University of Michigan, located near Detroit in Ann Arbor, has served students since its foundation in 1817. It has expanded in terms of size and influence. In fact, the Michigan campus covers 781 acres and consists of 585 academic buildings, which makes it one of the largest universities in the country. Originally, students pursued a classical education, but it now boasts top-ranked programs in science, as well.

You will enjoy the attention to detail and subtle grasp of communal  spaces in each print,  making  these landmarks and their history a warm part of your home or office.  Each Panoramic Graphics edition print features artisanal inks on high quality lithographic paper and is authenticated by the Rich Ahern estate.   Grow your art collection or give as a gift.

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Small: 8" x 18"