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Artist / Maker : Kidder, Jack
Title : 650 Pembroke Street
Date (Execution) : 1981
Geographical Origin : Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Medium / Material  : Graphite; Coloured Pencils
Support / Technique : paper
Object Type : drawings (visual works)
Visual Description : This realistic drawing depicts an old factory building on Pembroke Street in Victoria, B.C. Canada. The building sits on a slanted street with telephone wires connected to its proper right side. The building is made of wood siding and has two double-door entrances and one garage-like door. There are eight sets of windows, with some of the windows filled in or broken. The top of the building has its original sign. To the right of the building, is a shorter brick building, with a sign in front of it that reads "Van Isle Water Service MOVED to 600 Francis St." Across the street there is a blue parked car. The sky is blue and cloudless.
Accession # : U001.11.568
Width (cm) : 55.80
Height (cm) : 43.60
Depth (cm) : 0.00
Mandatory Credit : Gift of the Estate of Michael C. Williams
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