In the Way of Progress Mural Prints

22x 28.5 inches, unframed
Signed and Numbered

In The Way of Progress c.1922, by Phil and Jennifer Richards, July 1996
Located at: 2835 Kingston Road, at Eastville Road, Scarborough

About the mural:
This commemorative mural depicts passengers boarding a radial car at Stop 17 on the Toronto and York Radial Line, at the junction of St. Clair Avenue and Kingston Road. In the background is Scarborough High School, now R.H. King Academy, which was built in 1922 to accommodate a growing population. A horse-drawn wagon travels leisurely along St. Clair Avenue, while on Kingston Road; a gas-powered truck is temporarily halted by a symbol of Scarborough’s rural heritage. This mural was a Scarborough Bicentennial project, managed by Mural Routes and supported by the former City of Scarborough (now Toronto) and initiated by the Cliffcrest Community Association.

About the artists:
Artists Phil and Jennifer have lived in Scarborough for most of their lives. They attended R.H. King C.I, now R.H. King Academy. Phil has shown his work commercially since 1969. His work is in both public and corporate collections in North America and private collections worldwide. Jennifer exhibits her work mostly in Ontario. As part of Richards Fine Art Inc., Phil and Jennifer have collaborated on many large-scale public commissions since 1983.

How it works:

  1. Order and pay for your ‘In the Way of Progress’; print(s) on our website today.
  2. Pick up your print(s) at: Bluffs Chiropractic at 2236 Kingston road.
    Please call the office prior to your visit to arrange time for pickup (416) 261-2890:
    Mon: 9 to noon, then 2 pm to 6
    Tues: 9 to noon, then 2 pm to 6
    Thurs: 9 to noon, then 2 pm to 6
    Fri: F: 9 to noon, then 2 pm to 4
  3. Make sure to bring your emailed copy of the receipt that you will receive upon payment, as proof of purchase.

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ASAP Design and Print, and Focal Point Framing & Art are both familiar with the print and ready/willing to support purchasers’ frames at a good rate. Both businesses are located on Kingston Road in Cliffcrest.

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