The Valhalla Cinema in Glebe
The iconing Art Deco Valhalla Cinema in Glebe illustrated, by Emma Simmons.
The Valhalla originally opened in 1937 as the Astor Theatre, with a full house seating 992 people. The cinema closed in 1959, re-opening on and closing a number of until 2005. In 2007 it was mark for redevelopment as apartments.
The Valhalla is a limited edition Giclée Print (using archival pigment inks on fine art photo rag paper) of a digital collage, created with water colour, fabric and ink. It is from a limited edition of 50, hand numbered and signed. The print comes rolled, in a mailer tube.
The Print Size: Small: 307mm (h) x 430mm (w) and Large: 395mm (h) x 595mm (w).
Please Note: This print is unframed and is printed on demand. Please allow for a week before dispatch via Australia post. The item will be sent registered post.
This original artwork is copyright Emmajane 2015. Copyright is not transferable with the sale of this print. The buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights without permission from the artist Emmajane Illustration