Chicago Storefront / Green Mill Lounge / 8" x 8" Print
"If these walls could speak..." The Green Mill was opened in 1910, the name an homage to Paris' Moulin Rouge ("Red Mill"). The establishment had a colorful early history as a haven for Al Capone and his henchman, one of whom — Jack McGurn — was part owner. The Green Mill became one of the Midwest's iconic destinations for jazz, urban poetry, and the swing revival ... always for the eyes and ears of a wide range of characters. Designer Ted Zahn pays tribute with this illustrated portrait of the Green Mill's iconic storefront and signage.
You are purchasing an 8" x 8" fine art print. Each has a .5" white border around so the "live" art area is 7" x 7". These are digitally-printed in brilliant high-resolution on acid-free, archival-quality, uncoated smooth #120 heavyweight cover stock. They will ship USPS First Class in a rigid 11 x 9 mailer. NOTE: Shipping times have been slower during the COVID pandemic. Many shipments arrive in 3-4 days, but some can take up to 2 weeks. Sorry, we're unable to accommodate special shipping requests.