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Wish You Could Hang Up UMMA’s Art in Your Own Home? You Can, Sort Of

All moved into your new place and faced with blank white walls?

Never fear–the Ann Arbor District Library has hundreds of art prints that you can borrow for free, for up to eight weeks at a time. These include pieces by painters Georgia O’Keefe and Vincent van Gogh, photographer Ansel Adams, local graphic designer Brian Walline, and more. You might want to try having one dedicated place in your home, and switching out the piece every so often. Keep it fresh!

And the best news? There are several prints of pieces from UMMA’s collection! Check out some of our favorites below.

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La Debacle.jpgThe Break-up of the Ice (La Débâcle or Les Glaçons) by Claude Monet
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Iranian.jpgAsfandiyar Slays a Dragon, from the Shahnama of Firdausi, by an unrecorded Iranian artist circa 1460
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Mount Hood.jpgMount Hood from the Dalles by John Stanley
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Beauty Under Cherry Blossoms.jpgBeauty Under Cherry Blossoms by Hosoda Eishi
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Le Cannet.jpgLe Cannet by Henri-Joseph Harpignies
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Victor Hugo.jpgStudy of Victor Hugo for 'Le panorama du siècle’ by Alfred Stevens
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Dorigen.jpgDorigen of Bretaigne Longing for the Safe Return of Her Husband by Edward Burne-Jones
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Annie Haden.jpgAnnie Haden by James Abbott McNeill Whistler
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