Snowfall in Central Park New York 23cm x 31cm Original Oil on Primed Belgian Linen by Ramon Ward – Thompson SOLD!
This famous grand park in the centre of New York was created by Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert Vaux in 1858 on a site of old quarries, pig farms, swampland and shacks. Ten million cartloads of stone and earth turned this space into the lush parkland of today and is enjoyed by both the people of New York and the thousands of visitors that come to walk its paths and discover the many facets of this unique oasis in the heart of one of the world’s most busiest cities.
A recent snowfall has turned this usually green park into a winter wonderland where all is hushed and quiet and the muted sounds of horses hooves can be heard along the snow covered paths as the carriages wind their way around the park transporting people keen to explore the park and the magic that is created by a new fall of snow.
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