This is University House, one of the oldest buildings on the UC Davis campus. It was built in 1907/1908 as the house of the farm director when the campus first opened as University Farm, an agricultural research offshoot of UC Berkeley. You can see the sloping roof of South Hall behind it, one of the first dorms. This is near the Quad. Sketched in the Stillman & Birn “Beta” landscape sketchbook. That is a nice book, I’m almost done with it.
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Such a pretty illustration! It actually makes you want to believe the world is perfect and eveything is great :D Very well done, Pete!
Such a pretty illustration! It actually makes you want to believe the world is perfect and eveything is great 😀 Very well done, Pete!
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