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Richard Haas, Manhattan View, Battery Park at Night, 1980 Photo Etching & Aquatint, Signed

Richard Haas


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Richard Haas, American, b. 1936


Aquatint & Photo Etching in Colors on Arches Cover Paper

Hand signed, titled & dated by the Artist

Edition of 1/50 

A terrific impression, as it's the very first from the limited edition of only 50.

Published by: Brooke Alexander Inc.

Printed by Orlando Condesco, Spring Press

Framed with linen matting, and ready to hang

Measurements: Approx. 21" x 42" unframed, 28.5" x 49.5" framed.

Catalogue Raisonne Reference: The Prints of Richard Haas, John Szoke,  87 and 89

One of the definitive artistic renditions of the pre 9/11 Battery Park, New York City skyline at night. 


Richard Haas (American, b. 1936) is one of the world's leading architectural muralists, and is best known for his trompe l'oeil paintings. His paintings are held in collections of the Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum, the Whitney Museum, the Yale University Art Gallery, and the Fogg Art Museum. He has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, the Whitney Museum, and others.


He has created numerous "make-believe" buildings, including an entire streetscape at Manhattan's South Street Seaport, 13 murals of New York publishing houses for the New York Public Library, Smithsonian Institution exteriors on an interior wall, and an entire exterior façade of the Boston Architectural Center. This depiction of Battery Park at night incorporates an almost photographic image. The buildings are delineated in a painterly style but with the sharpness of an architect’s eye. 





Height:   21.00
Width:   42.00