Artist's description:

Around 1980, a pair of elevated stations on Chicago's Howard L line were remodeled and included elevators for the physically challenged. This was long before the Americans with Disabilities Act spurred the rehabilitation of entire L lines. This is a view from the platform that catches the handicapped symbol pointing to the elevator.

Completed in India ink on Arches 300# hot pressed paper. Since the ink is pigment rather than dye based, it will not fade and since the paper is 100% cotton rag, it will not yellow.  It is resistant to UV light and should last for generations.

Materials used:

India ink on Arches paper

Alley with Elevator (2017)

$500

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This artwork is sold by William Dolan from United States

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