Plate 91 from The Plan of Chicago, Chicago, Proposed Diagonal Arteries

A work made of black and colored ink, graphite, and colored pencil on a printed map.
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  • A work made of black and colored ink, graphite, and colored pencil on a printed map.

Date:

1909

Artist:

Daniel Hudson Burnham (American, 1846–1912)
Edward Herbert Bennett (American, born England, 1874–1954)

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Architecture and Design

Artist

Daniel Hudson Burnham

Title

Plate 91 from The Plan of Chicago, Chicago, Proposed Diagonal Arteries

Origin

Chicago

Date

1909

Medium

Black and colored ink, graphite, and colored pencil on a printed map

Dimensions

107.3 × 72.7 cm (42 1/4 × 28 5/8 in.)

Credit Line

On permanent loan to The Art Institute of Chicago from the City of Chicago

Reference Number

16.148.1966

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