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  • Autumn in Central Park by Rod Chase

    In the "City That Never Sleeps," Central Park provides a respite from the frenetic pace of activity for which New York is famous.

    Within the park, Bow Bridge is one of the most romantic and best-loved attractions. The first cast-iron bridge in Central Park, it was built between 1859 and 1862, and it is named for its graceful shape, resembling the bow of an archer or violinist.

    To create an even more intimate view, I removed all the visitors from the bridge and painted it during one of my favorite seasons, autumn.

    --Rod Chase

     

    18×24 SN (95) $750 Framed or $550 Unframed
    18×24 AP (15) $1195 Framed or $995 Unframed

  • New York Memories by Robert Finale

    As the sun starts to head home for the evening in the west, my wife and I stroll along the Brooklyn Bridge Park. The view before us is astonishingly beautiful. The vibrant orange, yellow, and red hues from the setting sun paint a breathtaking picture before me. As I gaze in wonderment at the canvas laid before me, we stop for a quick bite to eat at a hot dog vendor. As we sit down to begin our meal, we notice the folks around us taking full advantage of what was left of the day.

    While the hustle and bustle of Manhattan continues, the ships and boats glide across the waters of the East river to destinations unknown. In the distance, we can see the statue of Liberty, as she welcomes and bids farewell to all who travel to and from the great city.

    As the last bit of daylight turns to night, the bright yellow of the lights dotting the old Brooklyn Bridge burn bright, almost greeting the evening with open arms. As these brilliant lights illuminate a path to the city, I look to my wife and state, “I believe it is time for dinner and a show.”

    ~Robert Finale

     

    Editions
    32″ x 48″ 1 M/P
    32″ x 48″ 5/5 E/E
    28″ x 42″ 1 M/P (Sold out)
    28″ x 42″ 5 E/E
    24′ x 36″ 1 M/P (Sold Out)
    24″ x 36″ 5 A/P
    24″ x 36″ 25 S/N
    18″ x 27″ 1 M/P (Sold Out)
    18″ x 27″ 5 A/P
    18″ x 27″ 25 S/N
    12″ x 18″ 1 M/P (Sold Out)
    12″ x 18″ 5 A/P
    12″ x 18 20 S/N

    Edition Total:100

    Location: Brooklyn, New York
    Released: September 2016

    Original Oil on Canvas Size: 24” x 36”