Kobra assistants Cezan Silva, left, and Agnaldo Britto map out a grid on the back of The Kentucky Theatre. Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra is painting a mural on the back wall of The Kentucky Theatre. The sixty foot building will sport the artists interpretation of an iconic image from the 19th Century. Kobra and his assistants continued work on the mural, Thursday, Nov. 07, 2013 at Kentucky Theatre in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer
Kobra assistants Cezan Silva, left, and Agnaldo Britto map out a grid on the back of The Kentucky Theatre. Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra is painting a mural on the back wall of The Kentucky Theatre. The sixty foot building will sport the artists interpretation of an iconic image from the 19th Century. Kobra and his assistants continued work on the mural, Thursday, Nov. 07, 2013 at Kentucky Theatre in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer Herald-Leader
Kobra assistants Cezan Silva, left, and Agnaldo Britto map out a grid on the back of The Kentucky Theatre. Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra is painting a mural on the back wall of The Kentucky Theatre. The sixty foot building will sport the artists interpretation of an iconic image from the 19th Century. Kobra and his assistants continued work on the mural, Thursday, Nov. 07, 2013 at Kentucky Theatre in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer Herald-Leader

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