A richly-detailed view of central Indianapolis showing the State House and Park Theater, as witnessed by the German painter Theodor Groll on his visit to the America. Groll had come to judge the German entries at the Chicago World’s Columbian Exposition, but had friends and relatives in Indiana, one of whom — the bearded man, at center, hailing the Blake Street trolley — he included in the composition. Modern Indianapolis by the State House is, like most central business districts, currently dominated by automobiles and skyscrapers, but in the 1890’s Groll found a thriving street life where residents could casually shop, interact and enjoy the urban setting.
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Theodor Groll : “Washington Street, Indianapolis at Dusk” (1892-1895)
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