New York City Streetscape is an archival print from a painting by Lyle Suter produced in the 1950s while living in New York City. The size is 16 inches by 60 inches and features a city street scene with an elevated subway as nighttime descends on New York City and the bars and restaurants come alive.
This colorful painting is packed with the activity of people, cars, bars and the subway moving overhead. In the original artwork the gray elevated subway track is made of a texture that raises it higher than the flat surface of the painting and the street lights are made of a fake jewelry pearls.
Mr. Suter’s New York City Streetscape is a great decorative artwork and conversation maker for home or business. It provides the ambiance and feel of New York City in the great era following WWII.