This beautiful painting titled 'Lido de Paris' is #29 in Greg Hildebrandt’s American Beauties Series. Greg specifically designed this as an homage to the Busby Berkeley gala films of the 40s. The art deco staircase in the background looks like something out of a Fred Astaire movie. In those days, women really did wear hats like this and furs that look like this. The rest of the outfit came out of Greg's head.
Acrylic painting on canvas
Signed by Greg Hildebrandt
8x10 and 13x19 glossy photo prints and Giclées are also available of this.
Giclée reproductions are created by tiny jets spraying millions of droplets of oil-based printing ink onto a sheet of fine art paper. This spray of ink, more that 4 million droplets per second, whirls onto paper spinning on a drum at 250 inches per second. Hence the name giclée, French for "fine spray."
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