Georgetown University Healy Hall

"Georgetown University - Healy Hall" by Paul McGehee depicts the historic old buildings of Georgetown University as seen on a summer's evening over a century ago, illuminated by the glow of moonlight. Healy Hall, with its famous clock tower, was completed in 1879. Healy Hall was designed by the same architects who designed the Library of Congress building. It was named after the Georgetown President at the time, Patrick Francis Healy. The romanesque spires have towered above the carved stone main entrance to the University for over 130 years on the hills above Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown waterfront. "Georgetown University - Healy Hall" is an archival quality print faithfully reproduced from McGehee's original color pencil drawing. A strictly limited edition of only 500 pieces.

"Georgetown University - Healy Hall" by Paul McGehee
Image Size: 101/4" x 16 1/4" ; Edition Size: 500 S/N
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