Los Angeles / Fine Arts Theater
11" x 14" gallery-quality print of The Fine Arts Theater, opened as the Wilshire Regina in 1937 in Beverly Hills. Screening on opening night were "That Girl From Paris" and "Black Legion.” It was designed by B. Marcus Priteca, a partner of vaudeville magnate Alexander Pantages and one of America’s leading theater architects. It was rechristened the Fine Arts in 1948 after a renovation. Over the years, the Fine Arts’ location made it a popular spot for drop-ins from actors like Peter Lorre, Mel Brooks, Anne Bancroft, Charlton Heston, and Leonardo DiCaprio.
- Drawn by designer and preservationist Ted Zahn
- Archival Giclee print on museum-grade, 88 lb, 330 GSM, 15.5 mil bright white stock
- 5% of the profits are donated to the non-profit LA Conservancy
- Sealed in a plastic sleeve to ensure quality
- 1.25” white border
- Ships USPS First Class in a rigid Studio Zahn mailer. U.S. Only; no special shipping requests, sorry
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