Maryville University
Commission Painting
& Edition Package

 

Commission painting created by Stuart H. Morse for the University.

The image created for Maryville University is being used in a multitude of ways. 
The original canvas painting, which measures 3.5 ft. by 5 ft., will be a main focal
point on campus where it hangs.  It will also be used in other edition forms.
The image is being reproduced in 2 Limited Editions of 75 and 250.  These will be used over time to be given
to major donors to the University.  Open editions in notecard sets are being created to be sold in book store and
to be used as token gifts for different occasions. 

"Heritage and Enduring Vision"

Legend to accompany painting.

Since 1872 the name Maryville has opened the doors of opportunity and
pathways of knowledge for thousands of people. There is a common thread
between graduates of the past and graduates of today. That thread is an
education grounded in the liberal arts and rooted in the morals and values
synonymous with the Maryville name. That thread which ties Maryville's rich
history to its vibrant present is illustrated in this painting created by
St. Louis artist Stuart Morse.
The painting features, clockwise from the top left, the administration
building at the Meramec and Nebraska campus, the Anheuser-Busch Academic
Center, the chapel of "the old Maryville", the Art and Design Building, the
University Library building, and centered behind the entrance off Highway
40, the University Center.


Stuart Morse.
Copyright 1998 [Morse Fine Art Studios]. All rights reserved.
Revised: November 01, 2012.