Bloor Street West Store Fronts Toronto print of an original watercolour on a Canvas Tote bag
This special tote bag is created by Atlas Arts. It features a store front Bloor Street West, one of the liveliest areas in Toronto. This printed image is from my special watercolour series: Store fronts of Toronto. Ideal for daily use and a perfect gift.
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-Made from 100% natural 12 oz sturdy cotton canvas
-Long handles enable you to carry it over on your shoulder
-Can easily be folded to store in pockets or other bags
-Decorated with an original illustration
-Washable and of course reusable
13.5 x 14.9 inches (34.2 x 38.8 cm) with 27.8 inches (70.6 cm) handles.
Our tote bags are flat and have no gussets.
Bloor Street: Originally surveyed as the first concession road north of the baseline (then Lot Street, now Queen Street), it was known by many names, including the Tollgate Road (as the first tollgate on Yonge north of Lot Street was constructed there in 1820) then St. Paul's Road (after the nearby church, constructed 1842). From 1844 until 1854 it was known as Sydenham Road after Baron Sydenham, Governor General of Canada 1839–1841. The street was then given its current name in honour of Joseph Bloor, a local brewer and land speculator who founded the Village of Yorkville in 1830 on the north side of this street and who was one of the street's original residents.