Art Institute Chicago #191A pen & ink watercolor, which is a museum painting, and is for sale here, at discount with prints by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA, SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery, offering JPEG & PDF scans.
Because this is my Alma mater, school, and museum is the Art Institute of Chicago. Almost as famous as it’s world-class collection the facade of the Art Institute of Chicago. Located on Michigan Avenue, (The Magnificent Mile),has stood here for over 100 years drawing people from all over the world to see it’s famous collections.
The Art Institute ranks as one of the leading Fine Art museums in the United States. Therefore, the museum is only to be surpassed by such titans as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. However, anyone that enters these famous portals will suffer no disappointments for the quality and depth of the art here is overwhelming. Watercolor painting of the Art Institute of Chicago on Michigan Avenue.
However, the Art Institute has one of the greatest collections of French Impressionist paintings in the world. Because the museum also boasts an in depth offerings of Renaissance, Empire, Art Deco, Mannerism, Medieval, and Contemporary Art it is world famous.
Art Institute Chicago #191A
The designed of the museum is Beau Arts and is facing west on Adams Street for the image of Art Institute Chicago #191A.
The watercolor painting is not thick like an oil but clear so that you can see the brush strokes for Art Institute Chicago #191A.
The watercolor has light tones and a floral color spectrum for the images in the Art Institute Chicago #191A.
The City of Chicago is a large Metropolis offering large museums as depicted here in the Art Institute Chicago #191A.
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