Original Watercolour - Ambassador Bridge - Windsor Collection
ORIGINAL PAINTING HAS BEEN SOLD.
11 X 14 PRINTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE
The silhouette of the Ambassador Bridge spanning the Detroit River is a familiar sight for many residents in the City of Windsor .
Opened in 1929, the Ambassador Bridge is the busiest crossing on the Canada–United States border. The four-lane bridge carries more than 10,000 commercial vehicles on a typical weekday. The privately owned bridge carries approximately 25% of trade between Canada and the United States.
The bridge over the Detroit River had the longest suspended central span in the world when it was completed in 1929—1,850 feet (560 m). This record held until the George Washington Bridge between New York and New Jersey opened in 1931. The bridge's total length is 7,500 feet (2,286 m). Construction began in 1927 and was completed in 1929.
This was the last in my “Windsor Collection” of paintings as I prepared for Art in the Park Windsor (2019). This mixed media piece (watercolour and ink) was prepared in a 16 X 20 inch format and is matted to fit into a 24.5 x 29 frame
PRINTS AVAILABLE IN AN 11 X 14 FORMAT - PLEASE INQUIRE
16 x 20 mixed media (watercolour and ink) painting, matted to fit into a 24.5 x 29 frame.
FRAME NOT INCLUDED.
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