The Fredric G. Levin College of Law has a collection of fine art pieces within a broad array of different mediums, cultural and historical contexts, and styles. The selection of works below span several centuries and include donations, acquisitions and commissions.
Located inside faculty offices, study rooms, and hallways, portraits and painted works decorate many of the law school’s most popular spaces. Numerous portraits of those individuals that have influenced the law school can be found throughout the campus. Additionally, the Levin College of Law participates in a campus outreach program with the Harn Museum of Art, which provides a rotation of different paintings that are on display in the library.
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