Chicago Theaters Series
Japanese ink Super Fine Fountain Pen and Watercolor on paper
12" x 12" x 1" (20" x 20" framed and matted)
My love for music, movies and the city of Chicago inspired my theater collection. I hope you can appreciate the detail, color selection and perspective work on the piece.
The Biograph Theater was designed by architect Samuel N. Crown in 1914. It has many characteristics of the movie houses of the period, including a storefront-width lobby, recessed entrance, free-standing ticket booth, and canopy marquee. In 2004, the theater was completely renovated by architect Daniel P. Coffey.
Signed by the artist and a Certificate of Authenticity will be included.