One of the most interesting buildings on the University of Toronto downtown campus is New College. It is parallel along its street frontages, but the facades flanking the quad are curvilinear. It is strikingly modern in a mid century way with strong horizontal lines of brick and concrete banding.
This view is taken from the entrance to the quad on Willcocks Street, before the building starts to curve.
Edition of 15.
This print is one of a series of three prints of Toronto architecture. You can find Open Arcade and Soup Patio in my other listings.
The blocks are based on one of my photos and hand printed in my Toronto studio.
Paper size - 13" x 19"/33 x 48cm
Image size - 10" x 16"/25 x 41cm
Signed and numbered on the front
Paper - BFK Rives Lightweight 100% cotton, acid free
Ink - Daniel Smith lightfast oil based ink
All of my blocks are cut by hand and printed by hand using a bamboo ladle. There are small variations from print to print due to the hand printing process.
This print will be shipped rolled in tissue paper inside a cardboard tube.