Holy Name Cathedral Fine Art Print
Holy Name Cathedral Fine Art Print. The Holy Name Cathedral, the seat of the Archdiocese of Chicago, was built to replace a cathedral and church that were destroyed by the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. A storied history, the outer walls feature bullet holes from the murder of North Side Gang member Hymie Weiss. (Photography by Boje "Bo" Horstmann.)
- Print Sizes - 11 x 14 inch, 16 x 20 inch
- Art Material - 175 gsm premium artist-grade paper
- Print Technique - Giclee with pigment-based inks
The Holy Name Cathedral photography artwork is printed in your choice of size on premium artist-grade paper with archival, acid-free pigment based inks. Arrives unframed.