Nat Lowell devoted his extraordinary skills as a print-maker to documenting New York City and its landmarks. This work, of course, shows the Brooklyn Bridge and a view of the Manhattan skyline from the East River.
One of the impressions of this work is held by the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Etching on cotton cream wove paper.
Associated American Artists
Hand-signed in pencil by the artist en recto lower right.
Unknown, but reported to be an edition of 180.
Custom framed and matted in a solid walnut frame behind UV-Filtering gallery glass. All conservation materials.
Excellent condition, without damage or flaw.
21 in. (w) x 17 in. (h) x 1.25 in.
16.875 in. (w) x 13 in. (h)
13.875″ in. (w) x 9.675 in. (h)