“59 First Avenue”

Posted by on October 6, 2009 in Paintings | 2 comments

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It's been fun trying to track down the exact location of each of these paintings. In this case it was easy–the address of the 30-minute photo shop on the left was printed right on the awning. The shop in the center is a Vietnamese fast food restaurant called New Saigon, and then there's a grocery store on the corner. A typical East Village street scene.
This one is 8 x 10 on panel.

2 Comments

  1. This painting is awesome. I can feel the light as it bounces off all the different structures balanced by the coolness of the shade tree, a portrait of all the quaint qualities I love about a big city. Bravo !

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