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Crossing Midtown Street - 1970's

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From Brooklyn,New York artist!

"Crossing Midtown Street - 1970's " New York City, 1971

Original photo taken in New York City, circa 1971 by David Oppenheim. Made from David's vintage photo negative - professionally scanned and printed on metallic frame.

Beautiful original metallic print, 12" x 8" from David Oppenheim. Comes with frame.

Beautiful gift for any home, apartment, wedding occasion, or art collector!

About the artist:

One of the original "Comeback Artists" , David Oppenheim is feeling his "second wind." At age 17, David's work was featured in Popular Photography, and subsequently at age 21 , in 35mm Photography and Rolling Stone. Popular Photography, in a four page spread of his black and white photography, wrote that at 22 years of age, "David's pictures clearly show he has broken through the surface of everyday reality."

With his unique eye, David's captured the soul of New York City through the free-spirited time of the late 60's, the turbulent 70's, the "new wave" 80's, and the "clean, modern" city of the 90's and early 21st century. David believes his love of cityscapes comes from "wanting viewers to question reality, and see reality as a fluid thing that can always be defined by them re-seeing the world they live in, in a different light."

To learn more about David go here:

www.instagram.com/stockoppphoto/

or

www.stockopp.com
From Brooklyn,New York artist!

"Crossing Midtown Street - 1970's " New York City, 1971

Original photo taken in New York City, circa 1971 by David Oppenheim. Made from David's vintage photo negative - professionally scanned and printed on metallic frame.

Beautiful original metallic print, 12" x 8" from David Oppenheim. Comes with frame.

Beautiful gift for any home, apartment, wedding occasion, or art collector!

About the artist:

One of the original "Comeback Artists" , David Oppenheim is feeling his "second wind." At age 17, David's work was featured in Popular Photography, and subsequently at age 21 , in 35mm Photography and Rolling Stone. Popular Photography, in a four page spread of his black and white photography, wrote that at 22 years of age, "David's pictures clearly show he has broken through the surface of everyday reality."

With his unique eye, David's captured the soul of New York City through the free-spirited time of the late 60's, the turbulent 70's, the "new wave" 80's, and the "clean, modern" city of the 90's and early 21st century. David believes his love of cityscapes comes from "wanting viewers to question reality, and see reality as a fluid thing that can always be defined by them re-seeing the world they live in, in a different light."

To learn more about David go here:

www.instagram.com/stockoppphoto/

or

www.stockopp.com

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