Fine Art Photographer Gray Malin Lists L.A. House for $2.1 Million

By Kathryn Hopkins

Fans of fine art photographer Gray Malin’s work will certainly recognize his West Hollywood, Calif., home, which has just been listed for sale with a $2.1 million price tag.

That’s because his iconic aerial beach and landscape portraits, which have led several brands to forge partnerships with him over the years to use his photographs for their products, adorn many of the Forties Spanish bungalow’s walls.

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