The Four Seasons by Marc Chagall
Located in Chase Tower Plaza, The Four Seasons by Russian-French artist Marc Chagall are a series of mosaics that lyrically and colorfully celebrate the arrival of spring, summer, winter, and fall. It was a gift to the City of Chicago by the Prince Charitable Trust and was dedicated in 1974. In 1994, after two decades of exposure to the elements, the mosaic panels were restored and a protective canopy was added.
CBOT Plaza: Agriculture and Industry - Sculptor Unknown.
CBOT Plaza: Agriculture and Industry.. Sculptor: Unknown Location: The Chicago Board of Trade plaza Description: Granite / 12 foot high / Five-&-half ton weight.. These staues have a very interesting story. The plaque as seen the the middle of the stautes reads.. "These two statues one symbolizing agriculture and the other industry once stood at the main entrance of the Board of Trade Building built in 1885. The statues greeted commodity traders and the public for 45 years. Thought lost…
Lines in Four Directions: Sol LeWitt and Chicago Public Art Program
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