|Sun God Apollo in his Chariot, 1921, Chicago Theater, Louis Grell,|
(over the proscenium arch).
|The Chicago Theater, the first of|
the 1920s movie palaces.
|Man and the Planets, 1935, Louis Grell|
|Grell (third from left) and some of his Chicago artist friends from around 1917, |
living and working together at the Tree Studio.
|The Tree Studio Building today.|
|Grell's most famous student,|
before a mouse made him rich.
|Interior of the Chicago Theater featuring three of Grell's murals.|
|Bacchus, 1921, Chicago|
Theater, Louis Grell.
|The Netherland Hilton's Palm Court with it's numerous monochromatic Grell murals.|
|One of the Grell panels from the Netherland.|
|Keep Looking Up, 1956,|
People's Church of Chicago,
Louis Grell, his last mural.
|The Resurrection, 1949|
St. John's Lutheran church
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Louis Grell
|Bum Alley, 1951, Louis Grell|
|Neptune on Horses, 1956, Detroit Water Board, Louis Grell|
(one of two for the building).