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Thursday Doors Chicago Miscellany

Final doors from Chicago

Helen C. Peirce School of International Studies has some interesting mosaics
A door designed in 1750 by Giavanni Battista TIEPOLO in Italy, on show in the Art Institute. Gilt wood with yellow lacquer japanning
Best fried shrimp in Chicago
Doors at the Chicago Cultural Centre, but look up to see the beautiful stained glass dome
Wrigley Building, above the door

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7 replies on “Thursday Doors Chicago Miscellany”

Chicago does have some great doors. I featured that second one from the Art Institute some years ago along with doors from some of the beautiful furniture. Nice memory. Reminds me I need to get into the city again before we move to Arizona

janet

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Some beauties in this batch Ian. That second one is my fave from this group.
I seem to remember the stained glass dome from my last visit a few years back. It was too big to fit it all into the frame even with my wide-angle lens 😀

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