University of Toronto Sir Sandford Fleming Faculty Building Wall Art
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This beautiful faculty building on the Campus of UofT houses the faculty of Engineering, which is very appropriate as it is named after the famous Scottish Canadian who invented Standard Time. Sir Sandford Fleming was the Chief Engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway which probably is why he saw the need to standardize time in order to maintain schedules.
Toronto Artist David Crighton has created beautifully detailed art prints of many of the lovely buildings on the campus and some are available for sale in the UofT Bookstore.
If you're looking for a graduation gift for your University of Toronto Engineering student consider a personalizedframed print of this artwork
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Add the frame colour/style you would like in the notes section of the order.
If this is a gift, please make sure to tick the gift box provided in the order form and let us know the deadline in the order notes section of the order provided. Add the frame colour/style you would like in the notes section of the order.
We have shipped our glass and canvas framed prints all over the world without any breakage or damage.
This listing offers you the choice of either Glass Framed or Canvas Framed. Simply indicate which style you would like (glass or canvas) you would like using the style drop-down box and then indicate the size you would like using the size drop-down box. Use the order notes section of the form to communicate anything special you would like us to know.
Glass Framed - This is the right choice when you want the classic look of glass framed that will arrive ready to hang.
This option features our Art Print printed on archival quality acid-free paper (giclee).
GLASS FRAMING OPTIONS: Please consult the chart below to make your choice.
When you place your order, indicate the framing style you have selected in the order notes section of the order form or ask us to give you a call to discuss further. All prints come with a standard 2" - 3" white mat.
- Smooth 100% cotton giclee acid-free paper for a long print life.
- Heavyweight paper - 310 gsm.
- Silky smooth, matte white surface for high contrast images and accurate colours
- finest Canadian kiln-dried solid wood frame.
Canvas Framed - This is the right choice to make when you want the modern look for canvas framed that is ready to hang on your wall.
This option features our art printed on heavyweight satin canvas cloth. Our frames are made of hardwood and each frame is hand cut and custom fitted for your artwork
CANVAS FRAMING OPTIONS: You have two framing options - black and espresso. Please indicate in the Order Notes Section what colour frame you would like.
NOTE: David prefers the softer tones of espresso with his artwork
Our Canvas Framed Art is:
- Ready to hang
- Gallery quality, fully customizable print displays with a 100% quality and colour assurance guarantee.
- Our canvas will not fade or alter your image over time. Our canvas is UV protected.
- Art reproductions are printed on 450 gsm heavyweight satin canvas cloth.
- Each Canvas Frame is hand stretched onto the finest Canadian kiln-dried solid wood frame.
- All Canvas Framed Art 30" or larger are fitted with a back-stretcher bar for additional support to avoid future sagging.
- Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with any further questions you may have
Our F.A.Q. page has images of the art print, glass, and canvas framed "ready to hang "wall art as well as shipping and other information.
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