It's a Fairy Tale in New York

It's a Fairy Tale in New York

December 30, 2019

This is a very raw image taken from a contact sheet, but I like the feel of it. I like how looking out the window at Manhattan on this misty night has created a vast intense cinematic city in the sky feel. 

As a child I used to love drawing the New York skyline, this far off fantasy place, As an adult I never take for granted my opportunities to visit New York to photograph there, to exhibit my work there and to know my artwork adorns wall there.




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Artwork Description

We make your artworks to order in our Cambridge Studio.

Although we always send out your order as quickly as possible the artwork might take two weeks to make. If you require it urgently for a gift or interior design project get in touch before placing your order and we will advise on availability and options.

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Conventionally all our framed work is dry-mounted onto aluminium. This ensures a very flat image surface in the short and the long term. The prints are matted (window mounted) using a museum quality 100% cotton rag board especially manufactured to be compatible with the C-type archival Kodak photographic paper Richard uses. He makes the prints in his own dark room. The print sizes are taken from traditional photographic paper sizes. Traditionally with photographic prints they are signed and numbered on the back, they can be signed on the front of the mount by request.