Artist's description:

Some weeks back I made the illustration called “Rainy Day”.
I decided to make a second street scene illustration.

The scene is from Bernice Abbott’s black and white
photograph of 8 April 1938 and shows NYC’s Radio Row. Heins and Bolet
is the oldest and most reliable trade store “Open Since 1921.”
It was razed in the late 60sfor the construction of the
World Trade Center. The whimsical building in the background
is the elevated train station “Swiss Chalet.”

The illustration, now in color, took a considerable time
for planning and executing. I painted section by section
and made brakes, when I got fidgety.

Materials used:

Ink, Marker, Brush

Heins and Bolet (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Karl Nassel from Germany

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