Stewart Hall Nestled in Trees at WVU Art Print
A Museum Quality Art Print of Stewart Hall Nestled in Trees at WVU. This scenic composition shows the Romanesque style structure hidden behind three large trees with shrubs and other small trees adding to the effect. A bright orange construction fence adds unusual color to the overall scene. Stewart Hall is the 4th oldest structure at West Virginia University and served as the college's library until 1931. Since that time it has served as the administrative building with offices. In the 1970s this hall was renamed in honor of Irvin Stewart who was president of the University from 1946 to 1958. Picture #443 an archival original scenic print by Brandywine General Store.