Ellen Lanyon, Riverwalk Gateway: Public Art Installation by Ellen Lanyon, Chicago

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Lanyon, Ellen. Chicago, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, 2000. 
English, First Edition, Near Fine, Staple-bound Soft Cover, 4to, 8 ½” x 9 ¾,” Unpaginated.
ISBN: 0938903306

White staple-bound stiff wraps, full-color pictures of Lanyon’s work to front and back, navy text to front and back. Very mild edgewear, mild scratching to front and back, otherwise clean throughout and excellent. Unpaginated. Replete with full-color images of Lanyon’s work throughout. Includes text by Michael Rooks, Assistant Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, and acknowledgements by Ellen Lanyon. Riverwalk Gateway dedicated June 24, 2000. The large scale mural artfully depicts Chicago’s history from 1673 to 2000. This catalog contains details of the panels and accompanying descriptive text. From p. 1: “Chicago’ largest work of public art to date…tells the history of Chicago and its river. The magnificent 336-foot long wall installation consists of sixteen narrative panels and twelve decorative panels…Riverwalk Gateway is a history lesson worth seeking out and studying.”