Show you Penn State Pride with a beautiful print of the Nittany Lion Shrine.
The Nittany Lion Shrine at Pennsylvania State University was dedicated on October 24, 1942 during Homecoming. Animalier Heinz Warneke and stonecutter Joseph Garatti created it from a 13-ton block of Indiana Limestone. The shrine was chosen from six models submitted by Warneke.
|Overall||12'' W * 8 '' D * '' H|
Did you know The Nittany Lion Shrine was a gift from the class of 1940. Learn more about how the lion was chosen as a mascot and the shrine here.
Displayed in Hyatt Place State College. Finished Size 72" x 48".
Available in various sizes as well as an option to frame.
All framed pieces will have white matting and 1/14" black block framing.
Unframed images come in a white mat and are shrink wrapped for protection. The unframed 26×44 comes rolled in a tube. Each framed image includes double mats, glass, and your choice of black, mahogany, cherry, or walnut frame. Due to the global pandemic, delivery times and shipping costs are constantly changing. Habby will keep you informed every step of the way.