Chicago Skyline Pen & Ink Drawing From Lincoln Park #750A
Chicago skyline #750A pen & ink at sunset is by skyline artist Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC. This pen & ink drawing is looking south over Lincoln Park. The view is dominated by 875 N. Michigan Avenue, formerly the John Hancock Center. However as you look to the right you can see other building from the famous skyline, even the point of Trump Tower.
The detailing is light and brisk capturing the essence of the forms.
- Tree in the park
The use of hatching and cross-hatching was at a minimum as the form of the trees gracious sculpted the landscaping. At the very front of the rendering is the pond adjacent the Lincoln Park Zoo, which is to the right and out of sight. The pond is small and there is very little activity in it. However, the water gives a soft touch to the drawing’s composition.
The delineation is clear.
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