The Rex Berkhamsted 1938
The Iconic Art Deco REX cinema was designed by David Nye in 1938. It replaced an Elizabethan Mansion House - Egerton House. My painting shows the Rex on it's opening day in 1938. My grandparents lived in Berkhamsted then, and often went to the Rex. I have their film log book listing all the films they saw.
I spent much of my childhood going to Saturday morning films at the Rex: when the entrance was where the Gatsby is now. I saw classics such as Star Wars, Bambi etc there.
Prints are professionally printed by Berkhamsted Imaging on Kodak Royal digital silver Halide paper at the highest quality. Each print will be signed and titled by me, delivered rolled in a tube/flat with protective card depending on size ready to be framed with or without a mount in a frame of your choice.