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The Astor on 235 W 75th St on Manhattan’s Upper Westside was built by William Waldorf Astor in 1914 during what was known as “The Gilded Age.”
The Astor’s rose in power to becoming, “The Landlords of NY” in the 19th and 20th Century. They were a power force family in society, politics and business. They became great patrons for the arts (I could have used them!)
The name “The Gilded Age,” came from the same title, by a novel in 1873 by Mark Twain with Charles Dudley Warner. It was a term for the period of economic boom which began after the American Civil War and ended at the turn of the century.
It was an era of great wealth in America, outstanding and spectacular architecture, beautiful parks, exquisite mansions and palatial public buildings.
A time of change that New York went through, completing a transformation from the agricultural society to a flourishing industrial economy. It forever changed and altered the life of the working class.
When I was working in NY real estate over 4 years ago, I was part of a team that had some of the exclusives to the apartments, which go from $1.750M to $7.315M. I was able to take photos of the different perspectives viewing the fabulous staircases.
I decided to take an abstract look at these beautiful geometric shapes and give my spin on it. If you love architecture as much as I do, here is my link to explore some more of those designs in my drawings. Many thanks for viewing and considering my art. https://www.lcicioart.com/architecture
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The company I use, "Fine Print Imaging" has been around for about 40 years and are the #1 printers for conservation photographers and artists worldwide. Their "Enhanced Matte" paper, is lighter in feel then the other options, with exceptional color clarity and a wide tonal range, perfect for both color & B&W images. The light fastness will hold up to 70 years and it's a 192 gsm (grams per sq meter -paper weight indicator) "Somerset Velvet" is 100% acid free with textured radiant white velvety surface. Archival museum quality, 255 gsm cold press with a light fastness of 100 years. Vivid color reproductions and archival museum quality. Their "Fine Art Smooth Paper" is a smooth 100% acid free cotton rag natural white, heavy weight. Brilliant crisp and clear colors, rich B&W prints. Archival Museum quality. 100 years light fastness and 250 gsm cold pres paper. "Hahnemuhle Bamboo" is 100% acid free heavy weight from highly renewable bamboo fibers. Archival museum quality, 100+ years light fastness and 290 gsm cold press paper. Warm tones and matt smooth finish. Considered environmental and eco-friendly. "Canvass Prints-Gallery Wrapped" Museum grade canvass with exceptional whiteness, great color saturation that looks like an original painting or drawing. The light fastness for this is 100-200 years. A "Gallery Wrapped" means that its a fine art canvas print that is stretched out on either a 5/8" or 1.5" stretched bar. This is the outer edge of the art piece that is wrapped around the 4 corners. * GSM = grams per sq. meter for paper weight indicator. .
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