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Illustrations of 181 murals in Chicago many. Laborated with architects the subjects of the murals and their contexts A many. Laborated with architects the subjects of the murals and their contexts A to Chicago's Murals serves both a general and a specific audience Divided into easy to read geographical sections with seful maps for walking tours it is the perfect companion for tourists or Chicagoans interested in coming to know better this
aspect of the city's history Gray also provides crucial information on lesser known artists and on murals that have of the city's history Gray also provides crucial information on lesser known artists and on murals that have destroyed over the years filling a gap in the visual record of the city's development Gray also includes biographies of than 150 artists and a glossary of key terms making A Guide to Chicago's Murals essential reading for mural viewing From post offices to libraries fieldhouses to banks and private clubs to. This is a great little book with
full color. Chicago is a city known for its fabulous architecture and public sculpture by artists color. Chicago is a city known for its fabulous architecture and public sculpture by artists as Picasso and Calder but anyone who has seen the gorgeous lunettes in the Auditorium Theater or the South Side's Wall of Respect which inaugurated the city's contemporary mural movement knows that Chicago has an eually rich tradition of mural painting Through these murals the history of Chicago and the nation is writ in churches and lobbies on viaducts and school walls Mary Gray's A Guide to Chicago's Murals is the first definitive handbook to the treasures that can be found all over the city With full color illustrations of nearly two hundred Chicago murals and accompanying entries that describe their history who commissioned them and why how artists col. ,
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Of which can be By The General Public. by the general Street Mary Gray chronicles amazing works of artists who have sought to make public declarations in this most social of art forms A major lacuna in the history of art in Chicago has been filled with the thoroughness of the research proportionate to the richness of the material revealed From the Foreword by Franz SchulzeGray's book can function as a guidebook as the murals are conveniently arranged according to the Pensa num número uadrants of the city But the book is also beautiful to look at and indespensable as art history and Chicago history as well This book is a wonderful guide to Chicago's rich andniue mural tradition Elizabeth Alexander Chicago Tribune BooksIf you love art and history this is a book you'll truly enjoy Al Paulson Utne Reader.