The Carolina Inn, Watercolor Reproduction


This print is reproduced from an original illustration done with watercolor & charcoal by Jessica Yelverton. Printed on textured watercolor paper, this giclee print looks like an original painting. Each print is hand-signed before being carefully wrapped and shipped to you.

– 5″x7″, 8″x 10″, 11″x14″ or 16″x20″: Archival giclee print, 100% cotton fiber paper, Acid Free

PRINTED TO ORDER – please allow some time for our printer to create your print. Processing time is typically 2 weeks.



The Carolina Inn, a beloved hotel on the University of North Carolina’s campus, was built in 1924 by alumnus John Sprunt Hill. Eleven years later, he donated the hotel to the university with the stipulation that all proceeds go towards supporting the school’s library, which it continues to do today. The inn is also architecturally significant, blending elements of antebellum Southern plantation homes with Georgian and neoclassical features. The building’s original front was modeled after George Washington’s home at Mt. Vernon on the Potomac River.

I was commissioned by the Inn to paint this piece for a label which now adorns custom candles in the hotel gift shop. I’m happy to be able to offer prints of the piece to the many UNC alumni & fans in this area and around the country!

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