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Music Box Theatre

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High resolution Print* of the Chicago Music Box Theater. Opened on August 22, 1929, a time when the movie palaces in downtown Chicago each had seating capacities of around 3,000 people. The Music Box, which sat 800, was considered an elaborate little brother to those theatres. Theatre Architecture magazine noted in 1929 that the theatre "represents the smaller, though charming and well equipped, sound picture theatre which is rapidly taking the place of the 'deluxe' palace." The opening film was Mother’s Boy starring Morton Downey, Beryl Mercer and a young Brian Donlevy.

This is a print of my original drawing done with Japanese ink Super Fine Fountain Pen.
Printed on: White Canon Ink Jet Fine Art Paper "Museum Etching" (350 g).
Printer: Canon Pro 9000 Mark II.

You can mat and frame it or just directly pop it into a 4" x 4" frame.
It is also available at 5" x 5 and 8" x 8".

The print will be signed by the artist and a Certificate of Authenticity will be included!

*Please note that you are purchasing the print only.

The print is signed and dated. It will be shipped to you in a protective paper envelope, between two rigid pieces of cardboards to protect from bending.

- I will ship most orders within 3 business days after payment is received.
- Payments received Friday/Saturday/Sunday will ship the following Monday.
High resolution Print* of the Chicago Music Box Theater. Opened on August 22, 1929, a time when the movie palaces in downtown Chicago each had seating capacities of around 3,000 people. The Music Box, which sat 800, was considered an elaborate little brother to those theatres. Theatre Architecture magazine noted in 1929 that the theatre "represents the smaller, though charming and well equipped, sound picture theatre which is rapidly taking the place of the 'deluxe' palace." The opening film was Mother’s Boy starring Morton Downey, Beryl Mercer and a young Brian Donlevy.

This is a print of my original drawing done with Japanese ink Super Fine Fountain Pen.
Printed on: White Canon Ink Jet Fine Art Paper "Museum Etching" (350 g).
Printer: Canon Pro 9000 Mark II.

You can mat and frame it or just directly pop it into a 4" x 4" frame.
It is also available at 5" x 5 and 8" x 8".

The print will be signed by the artist and a Certificate of Authenticity will be included!

*Please note that you are purchasing the print only.

The print is signed and dated. It will be shipped to you in a protective paper envelope, between two rigid pieces of cardboards to protect from bending.

- I will ship most orders within 3 business days after payment is received.
- Payments received Friday/Saturday/Sunday will ship the following Monday.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Black and White, Drawing, Print, Ink, Fine Art Paper, Black
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