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New York sketch Empire State, New York City Art Print from a watercolor sketch archival print

Sitting by Madison Square Park on a summer morning, I sketched this gorgeous, modern skyscraper that towers over New York. It's steel spire gleamed in the morning light and the strong vertical lines of it's architecture made it look even taller than it is.

To see more sketches of New York, see this section of my shop:

This is a print of my original sketch done with watercolor, pen and ink. The print is designed to float in a standard frame with a thin white border. Image #3 shows how it would look in a frame. Printed on Archival Fine Art Paper. The colors of the actual print are richer and more vibrant than this web image. Each print is signed and carefully packed and shipped.

All my sketches are done on-site, from direct observation. The print you will receive is a high-resolution scan of the original and will show all it's natural imperfections (the blot of an inked-in line, a faintly drawn pencil sketch under the watercolor), all integral to the process.

Other famous New York Buildings:
Flatiron Building: http://www.etsy.com/listing/77770342/flatiron-building-new-york-city-an-urban
Chrysler Building: http://www.etsy.com/listing/77699635/chrysler-building-art-deco-in-new-york

Please contact me if you have any questions or want to request a custom size.
Thank You!

New York sketch Empire State, New York City Art Print from a watercolor sketch archival print



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  • Materials: watercolor, pen, ink
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