“Twilight in New York”

I’m not sure where this is, but Italian-American painter Alessandro Guaccimanni lived near Madison Square in the 1890s.

This ultra-fashionable neighborhood in Gilded Age New York is the setting of some of his other equally haunting and moody works. But it could be Union Square, even beside Central Park.

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3 Responses to ““Twilight in New York””

  1. mykola (mick) dementiuk Says:

    Wonder if he wanted his unknown isolation to remain. His solitary paintings are unique, that’s for sure.

  2. wildnewyork Says:

    Good point. I think the ambiguity makes the painting more captivating.

  3. fivepointsguy Says:

    What an overlooked work of art and local history. Just gorgeous. Thanks for this.

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