Watercolour Print




Product Description

Watercolour print of the Wilkins Building portico: the most photographed, iconic and popular spot on campus.

14” x 11” Frame – 8.5” x 6.5” image

All proceeds will support the UCL Widening Participation Bursaries Programme. Treat yourself or a friend to this UCL print and you will also help us achieve our vision: a truly diverse, open and global student community where the brightest people thrive, and achieve change together, regardless of their circumstances.


UCL Widening Participation Bursaries Programme

“I am so moved and burst into tears. This is the biggest surprise and news in the past difficult months. You’ve given me a lot of confidence and support and hope.” (Jing, Emergency Assistance Grant recipient)

UCL has launched an enhanced programme of targeted bursaries to provide critical financial support to students, as we respond to and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. These efforts will support those students who are likely to be disproportionately impacted by COVID-19: students from low-income families, with a disability, with experience of care or homelessness, or from BAME backgrounds.

Help us to boost the uptake of UCL offers by applicants from underrepresented communities, ease their transition to higher education, and support them while they are with us, so they can make the most of all a UCL education has to offer.

For more information, please contact the UCL Office of the Vice-Provost (Advancement) by phone on +44 (0)20 3108 3833 or email us at campaign@ucl.ac.uk.


About the artist

UCL alumnus Mark Cleary (BA Scandinavian Studies 1978) painted this original watercolour as a farewell gift to UCL President and Provost, Professor Michael Arthur.

One of UCL’s most committed volunteers, Mark is the President of the UCL Friends and Alumni Association, a US non-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness and support for research, education and innovation at UCL. Additionally, the UCLFAA works to connect talented American students with the opportunities offered at UCL, providing funding for various Masters scholarships. Mark is Deputy General Manager, Svenska Handelsbanken AB New York Branch, his latest in a number of roles for the company, including Head of Operations, Head of Credit, Head of Corporate Banking and Deputy Head of Corporate Banking, since 1987.