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Framed Comiskey Park Revisited lithograph
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The sun has long since set on Comiskey Park, where the Chicago White Sox played from 1910 to 1990, but the late afternoon shadows will forever creep across its green grass and seats thanks to this lithograph that wistfully revisits what for so long stood at 35th and Shields.

From a perch in the upper deck on the first base side, artist Robert Wieferich recaptures the glory of a true classic at a time when very few people would be inside of it, as only the diehards show up hours before first pitch to watch batting practice. That is what's going on in this print down on the field, which was notably surrounded all the way around by a double-decked grandstand, except in center field where the “exploding” scoreboard did its thing. Bill Veeck, when he owned the White Sox, came up with the idea of a fireworks shooting scoreboard and also famously said, "There is no sight more beautiful in the world than a ballpark full of people." Had he seen this work of art he would've realized the complete opposite could be true too.

Measuring 20" tall x 31" wide, this lithograph, officially titled Comiskey Park Revisited, is limited in edition to 600 prints. Each is numbered and signed by the artist, Robert Wieferich, from whose original painting the fine art print has been exactingly reproduced onto acid-free paper, which is noted for its long-term archival abilities. The lithograph can be ordered with or without a frame. The frame is made of silver aluminum and the print within it is protected by plexiglass.

Comiskey Revisited Lithograph

 Print size: 31" W x 20" H
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Framed Comiskey Revisited Lithograph

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Comiskey Park Revisited by Robert Wieferich
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Artist Bio - Robert Wieferich

Inspired by the illustrations in the sports magazines of his youth, Robert Wieferich attended American University in Washington, DC, where he earned his studio art degree, and later painted a handful of ballpark scenes, ranging from the amateur and minor leagues to the former big league ballparks in Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit. His portrait of Comiskey Park was completed in 1993, two years after it was demolished. Since 2003, Robert has lived in Maine and New England landscapes have joined sports as his artistic focus.

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