Artwork at the School
Ambassador Earle Mack has donated works of art that add elegance and personality to the law school and its immediate environs.
The bronze sculpture, Le Coureur, located immediately outside the entrance, greets all visitors to the school.
His generous donations reflect his twin commitments to the arts and the law school.
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Momentum, this foundry bronze sculpture by Michael Speller stands outside the entrance to Drexel’s Recreation Center right across the street from the Earle Mack School of Law. Donated by Ambassador Earle Mack, Momentum, like a runner crowned in glory, serves as an inspiration to both those entering the recreation center and the law school.
Bibliothéque Idéale 2
, a reality-transforming panorama of a fantastical library, adds a touch of the surreal to the entrance of the Earle Mack School of Law Legal Research Center.
Donated by Ambassador Earle Mack, the hyper-photograph is the work of Jean-Francois Rauzier, a French photographer, painter and sculptor. Rauzier’s image, an artful and precise blend of photography and illustration, was assembled using hundreds of close-up photos taken with a telephoto lens.
, (The Runner), a bronze sculpture, adds an artistic counterpoint to the Market Street entrance of the Earle Mack School of Law.
Donated by Ambassador Earle Mack, the sculpture is the work of French sculptor, Germaine Richier, (1904-1959), who studied with Louis-Jacques Guigues, an assistant to Auguste Rodin.
The third of six editions, the sculpture was designed in 1954 and cast at a later date.
Portrait of Ambassador Earle Mack '59, by Francesco Scavullo, (1921-2004), greets visitors to the lobby of the law school.
Scavullo photographed famous men and women, including Gloria Vanderbilt, Paul Newman, Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Renowned for his photo silkscreens, Scavullo has been a dominant force in American fashion and photography.