This twilight panorama of the Chicago lakefront was taken by James Blakeway. On the far left, reflecting on Lake Michigan is Shedd Aquarium. To the right is the tallest building in Chicago, the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower). It is easily identified by its multi-tiered design and two communication antennas. At the time of its completion in 1974, it was the tallest building in the world and held this rank for nearly 25 years. To the right, in the foreground, is Aon Center (formerly The Standard Oil Building), which was the identical twin to the Twin Towers in New York, designed by the same architect. In the center is Trump tower, Chicago's second tallest building, designed by the Chicago architecture firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. To the far right is the John Hancock Building, which held the height record until the Sears Tower was completed.
This print is 40" x 13 1/2" and is done on heavy white satin paper stock. It will come to you rolled up in a sturdy tube.