Chicago River - Skyscraper Art Print
This skyscraper art print features a portion of the Chicago River. It seems appropriate for a skyscraper print to feature Chicago since many consider this city the birthplace of the skyscraper. Of course, many of those early skyscrapers were diminutive compared to those of today. This Chicago river print actually features a range of architecture from quite modern to historic. Also fitting for a city with a long architectural pedigree.
This artwork is based on a photo I took during one of my visits to the Windy City. What attracted me to this scene was the mix of light with skyscrapers casting shadows. It reminded me of a sort of urban corollary to a river valley with surrounding mountains.
What attracted you to this Chicago skyscraper art print?
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When decorating your home or office, you deserve high quality decor that will last. Art prints purchased on this site are individually produced for your order. They are printed on acid-free paper using archival inks. This guarantees that your art print will last a lifetime without fading or loss of color.
All art prints feature an additional 1" white border surrounding the artwork. This added border allows for easy matting and framing.
Within 10 to 15 business days of your purchase, your art print will be shipped to you securely rolled in a durable cardboard tube.
Art Print Paper Choices
230 gsm / 9.5 mil
Archival Matte Paper
Long-lasting heavyweight paper with a smooth matte finish. This versatile paper is designed for high contrast and crisp reproduction of photography and fine art. This paper is an acid-free archival quality choice.
255 gsm / 19 mil
Somerset Velvet Paper
Radiant white paper which offers vivid color reproduction with rich blacks and great contrast. A subtle texture adds extra warmth to fine art prints. This paper is a 100% cotton rag paper for archival longevity.
Note: Both of these paper choices will produce brilliant art prints that you will enjoy for years to come. My personal preference for my work is Somerset velvet for its thickness and texture.