The DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Historic District in Tucson was listed in the National Register in October 2006. This because of its association with the life and art of Ettore "Ted" DeGrazia.

DeGrazia gained worldwide fame with the selection of his painting Los Niños for UNICEF cards in 1960. Since then, his paintings and sketches of children, angels and native Southwestern cultures have been reproduced on greeting cards, prints, collector plates, jewelry, stained glass ornaments, Goebel figurines and more, making DeGrazia one of the world's most reproduced artists.

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