Summer on Whyte Avenue is a 36x36 painting on a 2" deep profile canvas with black edges by Fraser Brinsmead. This captivating piece offers a westward view of Whyte Avenue and 105th Street in Edmonton. You can spot two iconic landmarks in the painting: the now-closed Chapters bookstore and the historic Strathcona Public Building. The Strathcona Public Building built between 1911 and 1913, represented the significance of the emerging urban centre of Edmonton as it amalgamated with the City of Strathcona. For more historical context of the Strathcona Public Building, you can visit Edmonton's Architectural Heritage.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 36x36 on a 2" deep profile canvas
Medium: Oil on canvas
Display: The artwork will be displayed as is, with the canvas's black edges providing a built-in frame.
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