‘The Ritzy Cinema London’ original acrylic and ink painting on paper, presented in a 25 x 25cm box frame. ‘Night time’ illustration of The Ritzy, a Grade II listed cinema building in Brixton, London. It originally opened on 11 March 1911 as ‘the Electric Pavilion’ and is now managed by Picturehouse Cinemas. My little painted version is cut out and raised slightly from a black backing paper.
Gift wrapping is available if you would like to give this item as a present. A tag with a personal message can also be included. I use my own original designs for wrapping paper which you can also buy in packs for use at home.
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The Ritzy Cinema London
🎨 – Original acrylic and ink painting on paper.
📃 – The artwork has been cut-out and raised from the background for a theatrical effect.
✍️ – Signed on the canvas & delivered with a certificate of authenticity.
🖼 – Presented in a glazed black box frame ready to hang.
📦 – The surface is protected with tissue paper and bubble wrap. The artwork is then packed within a cardboard shell/box and filled with bubble wrap or airbags.
📬 – Need it for a certain date? Add a note to your order and i’ll do my best.