Flatiron was selected for the Salmagundi Club's Annual 2016 Painting & Sculpture Exhibition and also won the Bonnie & Harrison vonDuyke Award at Philadelphia Watercolor Society’s 2017 Exhibition of Works on Paper.

This is one of the few NYC buildings designed by Chicago master architect, Daniel Burnham. Taking its name from the tapering shape of an iron, it was at one time one of the tallest buildings in New York. At 22 stories it is now even shorter than most apartment buildings. However in style and reputation this building still towers! Today there are over 20 wedge-shaped buildings in the U.S. known as “the flatiron building.”

ORIGINAL is Available

Size: 10″ x 14″
Paper: Saunders Waterford 140lb Rough
Purchase: $1100 Unframed
Email me at thbuccci@outlook.com

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