Benton Spruance Book Shadowbox


Benton Spruance (1904-1967) was a Philadelphia native and prolific painter, printmaker, and architect. He worked as a long-term faculty member and chair of the Arts Department at Beaver College (now known as Arcadia University) here in Glenside, PA, which named its central art building after him. This book, which features a two-page spread about Spruance’s influence on the art of lithography, is sew mounted into an archival shadowbox.

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  • Sew mounted with all archival, acid-free materials
  • Archivally presented in a rustic gold frame with red suede matting
  • Uses Tru Vue 99% UV protective, non-glare Museum glass
  • Sized approximately 15” X 20” with 2” thickness
  • Felt bumpers and hanging hardware included
  • Manufactured by Custom Picture Framer of Glenside – located just north of Philadelphia, PA
  • This piece has been used as a gallery sample and may have minor marks or scuffs – please inspect upon pick-up
  • PLEASE NOTE: This product is available for pickup or local delivery ONLY – NO SHIPPING available at this time!

Additional information

Weight 15 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 2 × 20 in