Completed in 1929, the Palmolive Building is among the premier buildings by Holabird & Root. Its construction served as an important milestone in establishing North Michigan Avenue as a leading commercial address. An indelible icon on the Chicago skyline, it has been celebrated in guidebooks and postcards, and admired by both tourists and lifelong city residents. In the foreground is the Old Water Tower that survived the Great Chicago Fire and became one of Chicago's main symbols.
20 x 30 inches
A Giclee numbered edition of 500.
Printed on archival quality paper with high quality inks.
Our limited edition giclée poster reproductions were meticulously reproduced side by side with the original vintage poster, each giclée is authentic to its original in color, detail and character included in the original artwork. Poster Plus limited edition giclées are printed on high quality acid free papers using archival inks.
THE GICLÈE PROCESS: Our giclèe prints are high-resolution digital images printed with archival inks onto 310 gram non-acidic paper. This technique allows the most accurate and faithful reproduction of the original posters and insures their stability and enjoyment for many years to come.