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About the painting

New York City of the early 1950s was a city of lights and stars, of dreams and opportunities.

It was an exciting time to travel to the Big Apple, and millions of tourists visited each year hoping to get a bite. Capturing that energy was what drew me to a photograph taken by a New York City tourist out of the back window of their taxi cab; I found the photo in a vintage album I bought online. The photo shows a unique view of Times Square of yesteryear on a foggy day.

After you spend a while living or working in New York City, you see the city differently. The beautiful and interesting begin to feel mundane. It was refreshing, through this painting, to feel the excitement and newness of being a tourist again.



This is a limited edition Giclee print from my original watercolor, “Foggy Cab Ride, NYC.” Prints are printed on 100% Cotton Rag paper using pigmented dyes. These prints look exactly like the original and are expected to last a lifetime.

Prints come matted in white, unframed, and ready to be framed in a standard frame.


Helping a good cause

A portion of the proceeds from every sale of this print will be donated to the New York Cancer Foundation, which helps relieve financial stresses for people receiving cancer care. For more information on the New York Cancer Foundation, click here.

"Foggy Cab Ride, NYC" print

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