Plate 129 from The Plan of Chicago, 1909: Chicago. The Business Center of the City, Within the First Circuit Boulevard, Showing the Proposed Grand East-and-West Axis and Its Relation to Grant Park and the Yacht Harbor; the Railway Terminals Schemes on the South and West Sides, and the Civic Center

A work made of graphite, ink, and wash on paper.
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  • A work made of graphite, ink, and wash on paper.

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 (Architect)

Title

Plate 129 from The Plan of Chicago, 1909: Chicago. The Business Center of the City, Within the First Circuit Boulevard, Showing the Proposed Grand East-and-West Axis and Its Relation to Grant Park and the Yacht Harbor; the Railway Terminals Schemes on the South and West Sides, and the Civic Center

Origin

Chicago

Date

1909

Medium

Graphite, ink, and wash on paper

Dimensions

170.2 × 89.9 cm (67 × 35 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

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

Reference Number

25.148.1966

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