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Art in the City - The Cityscape

Jessica Mieles, George A. Rada, Vincent D'Alessio, Fran Meyers, Anna Feld, Ken McConney, Jacqueline Sferra Rada

Sculptures at Building
Fran Meyers © NY Yellow Taxi with Workmen Sculptures

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Flatiron Building Snow
© Vincent D'Alessio
Flatiron Building at Night
Oil Painting


Nearly Night
© Jessica Mieles
Nearly Night
Watercolor

City at Moonrise
© Ken McConney
Corcoran on East 10th Street
Acrylic on Canvas

Spring Street
© Jacqueline Sferra Rada
Spring Street
Acrylic on Gessoed Paper


 

Nearly Night
© Jessica Mieles
Dusk in Eden

Astor Cube Kiosk
© Ken McConney
Astor Cube with Kiosk
Acrylic on Canvas

 

City Roof Tops
© Anna Feld
91st Street
Oil Painting

Prismatic City
© Jessica Mieles
Prismatic City
Waterecolor Painting
Meat Packing District
© Anna Feld
ClockTower
Oil on Canvas

The area west of Broadway to the Hudson River, from 14th Street to West Houston Street, epitomizes the "gridless" pattern of early New York streets. Greenwich Village has been home to artists, writers, nonconformists and bohemians since the turn of the 20th century.

 

In spite of the neighborhood's enthusiasm for societal change, the area has hardly changed at all. With its low-rise buildings and crooked streets, the neighborhood truly is a village within the city.

Morgan Library
© George A. Rada
Hudson River View from Spring Street
Watercolor Painting

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