About the Book
Photography of one of Chicago's historic architectural gems. Second Presbyterian Church was rebuilt in 1900 by Howard Van Doren Shaw after a fire destroyed the roof and portions of the interior. The stained glass windows are treasures of Tiffany, Millett and William Morris. The interior is a wonderful example of Arts and Crafts style popular at that time.
The images explore the gorgeous work and details of the interior of this wonderful structure. The main stained glass windows are highlighted also.
Features & Details
- Category History
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jul 09, 2008
- Tags Howard Van Doren Shaw, Kevin Eatinger, Fine Art, Tiffany Studios, stained glass, Second Presbyterian, Arts and Crafts, Chicago, history, architecture, photography, religious, church, digital, documentary, Presbyterian, historic, LaFarge, 1900, faith
Photographer of extraordinary digital imagery. Architectural, editorial and fine art digital photography. My fine art "Geometrispective" imagery is a very unique style of abstract architectural and geometric perspectives. Born of and developed out the Cubists and Expressionists movements of painting, in how scenes are interpreted. You will find nothing in photography is similar to my beautifully detailed and vividly created concepts.