Plate 115 from The Plan of Chicago

A work made of pen and black ink with brush and translucent and opaque watercolors over graphite on paper-faced laminate board.

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  • A work made of pen and black ink with brush and translucent and opaque watercolors over graphite on paper-faced laminate board.

Date:

c. 1909

Artist:

Daniel Hudson Burnham (American, 1846–1912)
Edward Herbert Bennett (American, born England, 1874–1954)
Christian U. Bagge (American, born Norway, 1880–1932)

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Architecture and Design

Artist

Daniel Hudson Burnham

Title

Plate 115 from The Plan of Chicago

Origin

United States

Date

1909

Medium

Pen and black ink with brush and translucent and opaque watercolors over graphite on paper-faced laminate board

Dimensions

81 x 114 cm (32 x 45 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Marshall and Doris Holleb Family

Reference Number

2018.12

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