New York Pictures: New York Skyline Pictures, Street Photography And Urban Landscapes
New York Pictures show us unique views of one of the world's greatest cities, seen first through Deborah's eyes and then through her artist's lens. New York is her newest hometown. She sees its streets, people and urban landscape like a local who's gotten to know the place like a friend. An admiring friend.
Her records of the city are admiring, much as were those of Eugene Atget
in turn of the century Paris. Unlike Atget, they are fewer and less documentary. Atget invented street photography as a tool of urban preservation, at least on film. Recent generations of followers have become more precise and, of course, their subject matter has broadened. Many, like Deborah, have embraced urban landscape
and street photography
as art forms.
For an urban giant, New York City is a surprisingly fluid place. Old buildings are replaced with new, street patterns change to make room for bikes and walkers, and people from around the world come and go in kaleidoscopic humanity. At the same time, a solid core of New Yorkers maintain the motley foundation of a city vibrant at all times, unlike any other.
Pictures New York City
Two pictures shown here give you a good sampling of what we have on sale in this collection. Equivalents
(Upper Left), New York skyline pictures, carries on an artistic theme about balances between dissimilar forces. Here, it's the power of natural elements, an enormous sky bursting with clouds and a river the marks the perimeter of manmade structures, which form the other half of the equivalent.
The second picture, 57th Street Station
(right), stresses the framework of geometric patterns that rigidify the underlying foundations of the city. It also shows how the glamour and human congestion can be stripped away completely, just a block from Carnegie Hall and Fifth Avenue's expensive tourist venues.
A goal of New York Pictures is to provide you with a wide selection of New York prints for wall art at your home or office. The compliment as well enhance each other in their contrasts. Some are simply beautiful and stand on their own as fine art prints, regardless of their subject or location. Five In The Morning
, shown on your left is a good example of painterly perfection in fine art photography.
Deborah Julian's collection, New York Pictures, is urban landscape and street photography that captures the essence of the city and burnishes it with fine art. A few of her pictures are iconic, Up The Brooklyn Bridge
and Times Square
, for examples, but most are photographs that tell stories about the city New Yorkers see every day.
Sometimes, it's gritty. Other times, it's beautiful and poetic. Most often, street photography esthetics mash together in combinations that can represent no place more clearly than the great city of New York.
You can find similar images for sale, including prints from New York and elsewhere, in Street Photography.
As you browse for wall art, keep in mind that we have a special deal available. Get $10.00 off instantly when you buy two or more prints from any of our collections, any size, including Cat Prints. Just enter the code "2Prints" when you go to checkout.
And here's a big deal. You can buy any of Deborah's urban landscape and street photography risk free. Our 30-day full refund policy means you can change your mind, make a different decision or have a fight with whomever you were giving something from the collection as a gift. No problem. We change our minds, too. You can return anything you buy here in its original condition within 30 days and get an immediate full refund. No waiting or processing. Just send it back and get a refund. See? No risk. Shop our Pictures of New York and don't worry about what you buy until you're sure you're happy.