About Chicago Photos

Friedman Fine Art has been developing corporate and institutional art programs for the past 38 years. Our firm has extensive experience in developing relevant and thematic art collections for each client’s mission and culture. Whether the client is a small company or a Fortune 500 corporation, our firm will provide a full range of art, photography and sculpture to suit each individual client’s budget, needs and taste.

About the Chicago Collection

Friedman Fine Art has the most extensive collection of Chicago imagery currently available. Our firm represents the finest contemporary photographers along with the most magnificent collection of historical photographic images taken by the period’s finest photographers. Along with photography, prints and engravings we also represent the finest original contemporary paintings of Chicago currently available. Friedman Fine Art’s extensive collection of both contemporary Chicago photographs and historic Chicago photographs includes images of the Chicago Skyline, the Chicago Lakefront, Michigan Avenue, the Chicago River, Chicago Sports and Sports Teams, LaSalle Street, State Street, the Art Institute, Buckingham Fountain, Navy Pier, the Wrigley Building, the Tribune Building, the 1893 Columbian Exposition, the 1933 World’s Fair, Lincoln Park, the Chicago Water Tower, the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Wrigley Field, U.S. Cellular Field, the Chicago Theater, Millennium Park, Grant Park and many other subjects of interest.

Custom Art Projects

Friedman Fine Art has developed working relationships with artists in all disciplines. Whether a custom painting, mural, textile, graphic or sculpture, our firm approaches each project with the utmost in professionalism and delivers truly magnificent and original custom works of art. Please visit our website to view these works.

If you would like to purchase or view other contemporary or historical photographs of Chicago please follow this link Chicago Photography and Chicago Photographs.


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