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Christina Rice

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  1. nathan
    November 29, 2008 @ 11:17 pm

    behindthebrous

     

    237-243 South Grand was a formidable structure. Not so formidable that it couldn’t be felled in the late 50s/early 60s.

    Once to the west of the Brousseau, its post-felling absence allowed Walker Evans to get some nifty pix of the Brousseau’s tail end:

     

     

    brousbackside62

    brouscar

    (And Walker, nice framing between the ’60 Plymouth Savoy and the ’59 Ford 300 Tudor. Being a car geek always gives this work that extra dimension of pleasure.)

    Images courtesy UCLA and The Met.

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  2. m.conway
    January 9, 2017 @ 9:59 am

    ben abril painting a famous watercolor, a resident of la canada, had a tremendous talent. I have a 9×12 sheet of paper with a sketch of chinatown he did on his lunch hour with a ball point pen. he is shown with his easel and looking quite hip!

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