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Plate 137 from The Plan of Chicago, 1909: Chicago. View of the Proposed Development in the Center of the City, from Twenty-Second Street to Chicago Avenue, Looking Towards the East Over the Civic Center to Grant Park and Lake Michigan

Perspective aerial drawing of Chicago's lakefront and harbor, park, and cityscape sprawling beyond the bottom of the page.

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  • Perspective aerial drawing of Chicago's lakefront and harbor, park, and cityscape sprawling beyond the bottom of the page.

Date:

1907

Artist:

Daniel Hudson Burnham, American, 1846-1912
Edward Herbert Bennett, American, born England, 1874-1954
Jules Guerin, delineator, American, 1866-1946

About this artwork

Status

On View, Gallery 285

Department

Architecture and Design

Artist

Daniel Hudson Burnham (Architect)

Title

Plate 137 from The Plan of Chicago, 1909: Chicago. View of the Proposed Development in the Center of the City, from Twenty-Second Street to Chicago Avenue, Looking Towards the East Over the Civic Center to Grant Park and Lake Michigan

Origin

Chicago

Date

1907

Medium

Gouache and graphite on toned paper

Dimensions

83.3 × 122 cm (32 3/4 × 48 in.)

Credit Line

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

Reference Number

29.148.1966

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