A bit of fun with some of the architectural features from the "Himalaya Palace" cinema on South Rd, often overlooked since to the casual viewer at ground level it's an imposing riot of fanciful Orientalist design - once dubbed "West London's Grauman's Chinese" this cinema is a striking example of the pinnacle of 30's cinema architecture.
Despite changes of name (the title of this piece refers to its "Liberty" incarnation in the early 80's) and re-purposing over the years (it's now a covered market), the cinema was recently restored internally according to the original design.
Available in sizes A4 - A1 as a high-quality giclee print suitable for framing.
Please note : The price quoted is for an A4 Print on 230 gsm Matt Poster Paper, please state the size (up to A1) required via email using the contact form when ordering.
If for any reason the item fails to meet with your expectations, I will be happy to refund the cost in full or replace it at no extra charge, on condition that the item is returned undamaged in its original packaging, with the cost of postage / shipping to be borne by the buyer.