Located near the 72nd Street entrance of Central Park in Manhattan, the Bethesda Fountain was built to commemorate the Croton water system, which first brought fresh water to New York City in 1842.
Richard Lo Rovere is a New Jersey based artist who specializes in a sense of place, creating works that celebrate cities and architecture.
Print of Original Ink & Watercolor
17"x 11" edge to edge (image fades to edge)
This handsome exhibition poster features NY's stately Queensborough Bridge in a photograph by Andre Kertesz--a work included in his "Of Paris And New York" in... View full product details
Authentic and complete program from his 1959 New York City themed paintings exhibition which was held in New York City. If you are a Buffet... View full product details
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What to give the Brooklyn lover who has it all? This handy ceramic trivet from the 1983 Centennial of the Brooklyn Bridge, of course. It... View full product details