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School benefits from sale of Pearl prints

April 02, 2007

Benjamin Art Gallery LLC donated a portion of the proceeds from the sale of prints of Rebecca Pearl's "On Time - Walnut Lane" to Saint Mary Catholic School.

The gallery also donated a framed and matted remarque limited-edition print featuring the school's front entrance to permanently reside at the school.

"On Time - Walnut Lane" is Pearl's third painting of Hagerstown and provides a historic view looking north on Walnut Street (formerly Walnut Lane). The winter scene features the Number 42 steam engine arriving at the Cumberland Valley Railroad Station, which was torn down in 1967. Saint Mary Catholic Church stands proudly in the background and brick row houses that no longer exist line the left side of the street.

Limited-edition prints are available at $79; the image size is approximately 13 1/8 inches high by 19 3/8 inches wide.

To purchase a print or for more information, call the gallery at 877-797-4775 or go to www.benjaminartgallery.com. The gallery is handicapped-accessible and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

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