Chicago / Thalia Hall
Thalia Hall dates to 1892, when it was built by local John Dusek to serve as a multi-purpose property for Pilsen's Czech Bohemian community. In the years that followed, this glorious Roman Revival structure provided everything from residential housing to restaurants to a gathering place to take in the arts. The Hall was closed to the public in 1960s, then restored back to life in 2014.
- Drawn by illustrator and preservationist Ted Zahn
- 5% of the profits are donated to GoFundMe's Small Business Relief Fund
- 8” x 8” prints are printed on a professional HP Indigo 12000 digital press, on archival heavyweight 130 lb. cardstock.
- 11” x 14” prints are Giclee-quality, printed individually on a professional Canon inkjet, using archival pigment-based inks, on thick, museum-grade 330 GSM, 15.5 mil cardstock from Red River Paper.
- .5” white border around 8 x 8” prints, 1.25” around 11” x 14" prints
- Ships USPS First Class in a rigid Studio Zahn mailer. U.S. Only; no special shipping requests, sorry.
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.