In Central Park painted ca. 1914-15, Maurice Brazil Prendergast (Canadian-American, 1858–1924) captured a busy summer day in rhythms and bands of color. The painting, once titled Central Park in 1903, may have begun in that year and later reworked as the horse-drawn carriages depicted were long replaced by automobiles by 1914.
This print is exactingly created in our studio using the finest hot press art paper, then mounted on Baltic birch, and protected with a silky, permanent finish that is as durable as it is beautiful. The sides are 1.5" deep, and finished with hand-applied gleaming gold/bronze texture. Available in two sizes: 9" x 12" and 18" x 24".