Colors of Downtown


The original stone pillars were purchased from the St. Louis expedition in 1904. In 1916 the graduating class expanded the pillars and in 1930 the iron grill was added. The gates act as a corridor between campus and downtown. They symbolize the transition from college life to the “real world”. 

“Colors of Downtown” is available in the following sizes: 8×10,11×14,16×20,20×24,and 24×30.

Unframed images come in a white mat and are shrink wrapped for protection. The unframed 20×24 and 24×30 prints come rolled in a tube.  Each framed image includes double mats, glass, and your choice of a black, mahogany, cherry, or walnut frame.


Additional information


8×10, 11×14, 16×20, 20×24, 24×30

Framing Options

Unframed, Black, Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany