This is an elegantly framed limited print of an elegantly realized vision of West 57th Street in New York City, a signed and numbered print from an original painting by Leonard Weber. Mr. Weber painted many such "townscapes" in his long career, and presumably it was good for his health, since he was born in 1918 and painted very nearly up to his death 100 years later, in 2018. The framing on this lovely piece is wood, the mating is an understated taupe, the print is under glass, and the overall impact is one of good taste. You know that feeling when you walk into a stately, well-appointed home? Those people have pieces like this on their walls.
46.5" L x 18" H
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