Joseph Margulies made multiple etchings of the bridges of New York; this is his only etching showing all three bridges. Margulies was not alone in finding New York bridges to be emblematic; they are many, including Nat Lowell’s moody picture of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Etching by aquatint on white wove paper.
Hand-signed by the artist in pencil en recto lower right. Titled and numbered en recto lower left and center.
Impression 187 out of the edition of 250.
Custom matted and framed behind 99.9% UV-protective Plexiglass. All conservation materials.
Good condition with bright, crisp lines and even color, well inked. A small defect to the edge of the Plexiglass in one spot; two light pencil marks on the mat.
22 in. (w) x 18 in. (h) x 0.5 in. (d)
16.875 in. (w) x 13 in. (h)
12.5 in. (w) x 8.875 in. (h)