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I sold this piece 2x. A friend of mine bought this in a restaurant when he recognized the scene. He used to take his father to this very spot in his wheel chair and they would sit there for hours. He had to buy it because the landscape and his father were very tied together, and during those last few years, it was a place that gave his father peace of mind. 2 years later another retired gentlemen from NJ emailed me about the piece he saw online. I told him it was already sold but I could do something on commission. He was in his late 70’s now, but in the 1950’s he lived in my building and on my same floor, right across the hallway from me. It reminded him of his days as a young boy living in Inwood Manhattan. For 1 man it was a place of comfort and peace in his old age when he was near the end of his life, and for the other man, a trip back to memories of a young boy. Art is powerful. This is my 3rd drawing that is now hanging in the Morning Side Heights Library on 113th St. for January 2017

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REFLECTIONS BY THE HENRY HUDSON BRIDGE MANHATTAN

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A Tale Of 2 Men

I sold this piece 2x. A friend of mine bought this in a restaurant when he recognized the scene. He used to take his father to this very spot in his wheel chair and they would sit there for hours. He had to buy it because the landscape and his father were very tied together, and during those last few years, it was a place that gave his father peace of mind. 2 years later another retired gentlemen from NJ emailed me about the piece he saw online. I told him it was already sold but I could do something on commission. He was in his late 70’s now, but in the 1950’s he lived in my building and on my same floor, right across the hallway from me. It reminded him of his days as a young boy living in Inwood Manhattan. For 1 man it was a place of comfort and peace in his old age when he was near the end of his life, and for the other man, a trip back to memories of a young boy. Art is powerful. This is my 3rd drawing that is now hanging in the Morning Side Heights Library on 113th St. for January 2017

More info: lcicioart.com

REFLECTIONS BY THE HENRY HUDSON BRIDGE MANHATTAN