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New York Is...

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AUTHOR(S) The Metropolitan Museum of Art
DIMENSIONS 5.5" x 6.6"
FORMAT paperback with flaps
ISBN 9781419711695
PAGE COUNT 384
SKU 76584051
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Nov 28 - Dec 03
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"New York Is…" offers answers to the question "What is New York in the eyes of artists?" The Flatiron Building is shape; the Empire State Building is line. Washington Square Park is joyous; Times Square is spectacle. Among the enduring illustrations are paintings by Edward Hopper, Stuart Davis, and Winslow Homer; photographs by Walker Evans, Berenice Abbott, Alfred Stieglitz, and Cindy Sherman; and drawings, lithographs, and posters, all celebrating this endlessly fascinating metropolis.

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