This is a 37-point chart showing Canadian buildings of architectural, cultural, or social importance, all of which were bulldozed or burned out of existence between 1877 and 2017. Print includes the names, facades and years standing of each building.
Cities represented on the print: Calgary, Edmonton, Fredericton, Guelph, Halifax, Hamilton, Kelowna, Kingston, Kitchener, Lethbridge, London, Moncton, Montreal, Oshawa, Ottawa, Peterborough, Ville de Quebec, Regina, Saint John, Sarnia, Saskatoon, Sherbrooke, St. John's, Sudbury, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Windsor, and Winnipeg.
Screenprinted in an open edition by Unik in October of 2018 at 24x36", one colour on archival white 80 lb Cougar smooth cover paper. Dimensions include a 1.5" margin. Signed and editioned on reverse. This print is archival.
Print measures 24" x 36"
Made by Raymond Biesinger in Montreal, Ontario.
Framed version comes in a handmade black wooden frame from Quebec (pictured here). To get it framed - add the 24" x 36" size frame from the handmade frame collection by Le Cadre Urbain to your cart and we'll frame it for you!
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