Art for Women's Athletics

Generations of Tradition, a new painting of Penn by America's "contemporary Grandma Moses," Jane Wooster Scott, was unveiled Friday at the Inn at Penn as the start of a novel drive to benefit women's athletics at the University. Former Trustees Chairman Alvin Shoemaker commissioned the 30" x 40" painting of a stylized campus and Boathouse Row, which will hang at the Inn as part of Penn's permanent collection. He also commissioned a several editions of lithographs which he made available by mail order to benefit the Shoemaker Fund for Women's Athletics at Penn.

Trustee's Edition lithographs, limited to 250 copies, feature signatures of the artist and President Judith Rodin and the Penn logo ($1000).

Artist's Proof lithographs, limited to 500 copies, feature the artist's signature and Penn logo ($400).

Open Edition lithographs are $200 with the artist's signature and $150 without.

For more information, call (215) 898-6123.


Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 11, November 9, 1999

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