A twilight shadow dance on Park Avenue

Women stroll down Park Avenue at 34th Street—the evening sun illuminating their sheer dresses—in Martin Lewis’ 1930 drypoint print “Shadow Dance.”

It’s a scene played out on city streets every warm summer night.

And hey, if you have $50,000, this lovely example of Lewis’ work can hang in your home.

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3 Responses to “A twilight shadow dance on Park Avenue”

  1. mykola (mick) dementiuk Says:

    What a lovely painting but all the paintings I’ve seen by him are beautiful. Thanks very much for bringing them to our attention. You’re doing a marvelous job.

  2. wildnewyork Says:

    Thanks Mick! Lewis really captures the city.

  3. petey Says:

    looks like manhattanhenge day.

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