The Byrd Theatre, Carytown
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Giclee print of The Byrd Theatre in Richmond, Virginia's premier shopping district, Carytown. The Byrd Theatre is not just an RVA landmark but also recognized nationally as one of a few ornate theater palaces that has withstood the test of time. It is a favorite spot of mine to catch a movie and listen to the Mighty Wurlitzer on a Saturday night. The theater was designed in 1928 by local architect Fred Bishop in a renaissance revival style. The palace itself is a work of art and the fact that it largely remains unchanged since its original opening is truly amazing. For more information about the Byrd, visit their website: http://byrdtheatre.com/
The Finer Details- All prints are created using archival quality pigment ink and are on Somerset Velvet paper. The 8"X10" prints are on 9.5"X11.5" paper, and the 11"X14" prints are on 13"X16" paper. Framing is optional. If framing is selected, pieces will be framed with black wood frame and UV glass (as pictured above). 8"X10" prints will be in 11"X14" Nielsen Bainbridge ArtCare frames, and 11"X14" prints will be in 16"x20" Nielsen Bainbridge ArtCare frames. Let me know if you have any questions! Thanks! Peyton