“2362 Riverside Drive.” Well, those houses are gone. Time and the 5 freeway saw to that. And of course 1933 saw the Griffith Park Brushfire and the Long Beach Earthquake. But this companionable gang of dwellings lives on in this charming time-traveling urban snapshot in oils by the brilliant Anders Aldrin. These are all the first houses in the still new city of Los Angeles, built to charm, self-express and nest in under the Southern California sun.
14″ x 18″ oil on canvas, in terrific condition. From the Aldrin Family Collection.
Price on request.