Orlando City Hall Exhibit Painting
City Hall Exhibit Painting
City halls--United States
This painting highlights notable businesses and the Orlando City Hall located in Downtown Orlando, Florida in 1951. Featured in the piece is South Street and the South West Corner of Boone Street. At the center of the piece is the Orlando City Hall which was constructed in 1906 originally to serve as the Orlando Public School. On the right is the headquarters of the American Fire and Casualty Company, which is the only distinguishable business in the piece. In 1951, visitors would have seen many flourishing businesses such as Howard's Grocery Company, Borden Dairy, Orlando Linen Service, as well as the Dixie Sales and Service Garage. The piece was painted by artist Jim Stoll in conjunction with Orlando Remembered.
Original oil painting by Jim Stoll: Orlando Remembered Exhibit, Orlando City Hall, Orlando, Florida.
Is Format Of
Original color digital image, 2016.
Is Part Of
Orlando Remembered Exhibit, Orlando City Hall, Orlando, Florida.
Orlando City Hall Collection, Orlando Remembered Collection, Orlando Collection, Orange County Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
1 oil painting
Orlando City Hall, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Howard Grocery Company, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Orlando Linen Service, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Borden's Dairy, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Dixie Sales & Service, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Joe Croy's Filling Station, Downtown Orlando, Florida
McElroy Apartments, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Enzor's Pharmacy, Downtown Orlando, Florida
American First & Casualty Company, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Originally created by Jim Stoll.
Dickinson, Joy Wallace. Orlando: City of Dreams. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Pub., 2003.