‘Gold Taxi Crossing’ – A New York Art Original Painting by Paul Kenton.

Framed 58.5cm x 50.5cm Watercolours, Gouache and Ink on Paper. Vibrant yellow taxis stand out against moody black ink accents, while gold metallic gouache paint adds a touch of glamour. New York Art Original Painting by Contemporary Cityscape Artist Paul Kenton. Available to Purchase.

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Title

“Gold Taxi Crossing”

Size

58.5cm x 50.5cm Framed

Media

Watercolours, Gouache and Ink on Paper

Format

Original Painting

Frame

White Ornate Frame

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£1095

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Gold Taxi Crossing

Artwork size 29.5cm x 21.5cm, Framed size 58.5cm x 50.5cm

Watercolours, Gouache and Ink on Paper

This beautiful watercolour painting by Paul perfectly captures the atmosphere of a rainy day in Manhattan. The vibrant yellow taxis stand out against the moody black ink accents, while the silhouetted figures add a touch of whimsy as they cross the glistening street with their umbrellas. The gold metallic gouache paint adds a touch of glamour, making this piece a unique addition to any collection or as a first time artwork purchase.

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"Gold Taxi Crossing"

Watercolours, Gouache and Ink on Paper


Framing for "Gold Taxi Crossing"

This piece was painted onto a boxed canvas. This is where the canvas wraps around the edge to the full depth of an internal wooden frame. In most instances, the painting itself then continues around onto this return. Please contact us to confirm if this is the case with this piece, as well as to establish the depth of the canvas.

‘Gold Taxi Crossing’ is an Original Cityscape Painting of New York. Paul regularly visits New York to continue to find new urban landscapes and skylines for inspiration. Join Paul on one of these trips in this video from his YouTube channel here. You can also read about Paul’s travels to the Big Apple to gather inspiration for his first solo exhibition in New York in this journal post. If you would like to see more art like this Flatiron building New York painting, please visit the New York Collection.

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