This panorama of the Chicago Bears playing at Soldier Field was photographed by Robert Pettit. The Chicago Bears, originally known as the Decatur Staleys, were founded by owner and head coach George Halas in 1920. The Staleys moved to Chicago in 1921 and became the Chicago Staleys. In 1922, the franchise was renamed the Chicago Bears. The Bears played their final game at Wrigley Field in 1970, before moving to Soldier Field. The original stadium was demolished following the 2001 season, and the Bears made their debut at the rebuilt Soldier Field in 2003, which retained the historic colonnades of the original structure.
Unframed: Paper measures 13 1/2 x 40 inches using grade A, pH neutral, heavy art stock & UV resistant ink. $33.95
Standard Frame: The print is mounted and backed up with foam core. Frame is black aluminum covered with glass. Outside dimensions are 13 3/4 inches x 40 1/4 inches. It measures about 7/8 inches out from the wall and is 3/8 inches wide with a rounded profile (front). $99.95
Select Frame: The panoramic frame measures 7/8 inches out from the wall and is 1 1/4 inches wide with a rounded profile (front). A single mat in an appropriate team color makes the Select Frame stand out, particularly for fans proclaiming their team enthusiasm. Outside dimensions are 15.5 x 42 inches. $149.95
Deluxe Frame: The print is mounted and backed up with foam core. Frame is black aluminum covered with glass. Outside dimensions are 18 inches x 44 inches. It measures about 7/8 inches out from the wall and is 1-1/4 inches wide with a custom sculpted profile (front). Two mats in appropriate colors make the Deluxe Framed option really stand out so fans can exclaim their enthusiasm. $199.95