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    Trelawny of the Wells Print

    Trelawny of the Wells Print

    • The "Trelawny-of-the-Wells" art print is a souvenir of Vancouver's history. The original artwork is part of the Museum of Vancouver’s collection and has been carefully preserved.
      This art print is part of a collaborative collection between Point Two Design Group and the Museum with the goal of celebrating Vancouver and its past. We’ve meticulously digitally remastered these artifacts to bring them back to life as art prints for your home or office decor.
      The first Orpheum opened in 1905 on Cordova Street, the second opened at Pender and Howe in 1906, the third opened in 1913 in the old Vancouver Opera House in the 700 block Granville St. and the fourth, or New Orpheum, opened in 1927 in the 800 block of Granville Street (address now 601 Smithe St., still in business 2019). [https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/this-week-in-history-1927-a-modified-spanish-renaissance-theatre-opens-on-granville-street] The third Orpheum, at 761 Granville Street, was renamed the Vancouver Theatre (later the Lyric, then the International Cinema, then the Lyric once more before it closed for demolition in 1969 to make way for the Pacific Centre). The fourth Orpheum was designed by Scottish architect Marcus Priteca, the theatre officially opened on November 8, 1927 as a vaudeville house, providing a mix of live and movie entertainment. As of 2019, the Orpheum is the only surviving Canadian theatre designed by Priteca and has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada.
      Date of original: 1927
      Owner/distributor or the original:Carey and Sons
      Link to original.
      *Frame not included

    • Paper options for this Trelawny of the Wells Print:

      Fine Art Cotton Paper-250 gsm cotton rag, museum quality, archival inks
      Made of pressed cotton and recycled paper fibers, this luxuriously thick paper features a subtle, natural texture and holds inks well for a rich color saturation.


      Pearlized Luster Paper-180 gsm paper, vibrant color contrast, pearlized semi-gloss finish, archival inks. Our classic paper finish is perfect for framing and offers a smooth and luminous finish with a high color contrast.

    • Free standard shipping worldwide for all paper prints!


      HANDLING STANDARD SHIPPING EXPEDITED SHIPPING
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      CANADA 3-5 2-6 n/a
      REST OF WORLD 3-5 up to 15  n/a

      Time listed in business days. Please allow extra time near holidays.

    • Going to: Made in and shipped from:
      United States and rest of world Colorado, US
      Canada Vancouver and Toronto, Canada
      United Kingdom London, UK

      Each order is made custom, just for you upon placing your order. This allows us to ensure we’re sending you the highest quality artwork possible.

    • We guarantee the safe delivery of every order. If your order is lost in transit or arrives damaged, we will happily replace the lost or damaged items right away. Simply send us a photo of the damage.
      Orders that spend 21 days or more in transit are deemed lost. If this happens, please let us know and we will replace your order right away.

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    We guarantee the safe delivery of every order. If your order is lost in transit or arrives damaged, we will happily replace the lost or damaged items right away. 

    TOP-NOTCH PIGMENTS AND PAPERS

    Bold ink saturation, bright beautiful colors, gorgeous papers.

    Fine Art Cotton Paper: 250 gsm cotton rag, museum quality, archival inks
    Made of pressed cotton and recycled paper fibers, this luxuriously thick paper features a subtle, natural texture and holds inks well for a rich color saturation.

    Pearlized Luster Paper: 180 gsm paper, vibrant color contrast, pearlized semi-gloss finish, archival inks. Our classic paper finish is perfect for framing and offers a smooth and luminous finish with a high color contrast.

    PIECES OF VANCOUVER HISTORY: REVISITED

    Point Two Design Group is excited to announce our collaboration with the Museum of Vancouver. We've combed the collection at the MOV and have created a collection of art prints that represent Vancouver's history. Each print has been digitally restored and beautifully re-colorized to bring these vintage artifacts back to their original glory.

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