Arkansas Razorbacks Football Razorback Stadium Panoramic Picture
This panorama of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium was taken by James Blakeway. The stadium opened in 1938 and was dedicated as Bailey Stadium. In 1941, it was renamed Razorback Stadium. The Reynolds name was added after a major contribution to the 2001 stadium renovation that increased capacity to 72,000. Today, the stadium boasts a new high definition video display to the north end zone, one of the biggest in college football. Arkansas also lays claim to the only Razorbacks in all of college athletics. Originally known as the Cardinals, the Razorbacks’ nickname resulted after a big win over LSU in 1909, when the Arkansas football coach called his players “a wild band of Razorback hogs.”
All of our panoramic prints measure 13.5 x 40 inches and use Grade A, pH neutral, heavy art stock
High quality panoramic picture frames covered with tempered glass
Prints mounted and backed with foam core to prevent future warping from atmospheric and seasonal changes
Standard and Deluxe Panoramic Picture Frames available for licensed and non-licensed panoramas
Standard frame outside dimensions are 13.75 x 40.25 inches. The panoramic frame measures 7/8 inches out from the wall and is 3/8 inches wide with a rounded profile (front).
Outside dimensions are 18 x 44 inches. The panoramic frame measures 7/8 inches out from the wall and is 1 1/4 inches wide with a custom sculpted profile (front). Two mats in appropriate colors make the Deluxe Frame really stand out, particularly for fans proclaiming their team enthusiasm.