New York in Art Notecards from The Met Museum


For centuries, New York City has attracted visitors as well as newcomers ready for a fresh start. These numbers include countless artists who, in their work, took inspiration from the city’s splendor and spectacle. These notecards feature artists’ depictions of beloved city sites, such as a print of the Statue of Liberty published by J. Koehler and a painting by Samuel Halpert of the Flatiron Building. The tranquil expanse of the green lawns of Central Park in a watercolor by Adolf Dehn, and a seldom-noticed view from the Williamsburg Bridge painted by Edward Hopper, round out this tour of New York landmarks. Highlighting the breadth and beauty of the city, this set of notecards is a perfect reminder of the energy and opportunity of the Big Apple.

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