Hermann von Holst Washington Substation


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Substations such as this one were constructed of very durable materials and meant to store heavy equipment. They were also constructed for streetcars belonging to the municipal agencies as well as the railroad companies.

Hermann V. von Holst (1874–1955) was an American architect practicing in Chicago, Illinois, and Boca Raton, Florida, from the 1890s to the 1940s.

He is best remembered for agreeing to take on the responsibility of heading up Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural practice when Wright went off to Europe with Mamah Cheney in 1909.

The Artist Proof Print is issued in a small edition. Artist Proofs are individually mastered and are designated with the letters A/P during the numbering process.

Art Size: 26″ x 20″
Framed Size: 28″ x 22″
Frame Style: Modern White Wood
Matting: 2″ Smooth White
Cover: Non-Glare Acrylic
Backing: Foamcore

The outside measurements of the frame are 23 15/16″ x 29 15/15″, and 3/4″ deep.
The artwork is covered by 1/4″ on each side.


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