Since its founding in 1865, Kansas University has grown to become the premier university of the Midwest. Kansas University has a rich academic and athletic history, especially on the hardwood.
As such, there is consistent demand for KU-related items, especially items that celebrate the college’s storied past. Framewoods Gallery sells a diverse collection of Kansas University sports memorabilia, including collectible Jayhawk bronze statues, artwork, posters and signed and unsigned prints from Kansas legends, such as Wilt Chamberlin, Danny Manning, Gale Sayers and Mario Chalmers, among others.
Of course, Kansas’ own Dr. James Naismith invented the game of basketball, and we have memorabilia that celebrates the embryonic stages of the game we love, as well as other items that commemorate the many prominent coaches that called Lawrence home for a large portion of their career.
That said, if you’re passionate about Kansas University, but you’re not a rabid sports fan, we still inventory plenty of items that may pique your interest. We have paintings and prints available from renowned artists such as John Onion that capture the beauty and spirit of one of America’s famous collegiate institutions. As well, we feature work from the inimitable Howard Terpning, whose Native and Western pieces have earned him many awards.
And of course, if you’re simply looking for an item or a collectible that features a neat rendition of KU’s famous Jayhawk, then you’ve come to the right place. We have countless options, including a vast selection of George Knotts’ antique bronze statues, which we both buy and sell. For more information about the bronze collectibles, check out this site.
Ultimately, regardless of the types of KU items you’re searching for, we strive to have something in stock for everyone’s needs. If you have any questions about the items we sell, or if you’d like help finding the right collectible for your needs, then please contact us today.