Glenn Cooper Henshaw (1880-1946)
New York Nocturne
Pastel on Paper
18 x 10 inches
Signed Lower Right
This painting was featured in our weekly email on 7/28/17 along with the following gallery comments:
Though known for traveling the Western world, Glenn Cooper Henshaw spent most of his non-traveling career in New York where he long-maintained a studio. And in my estimation, his New York cityscapes (particularly the nocturnals) are his most compelling works. Today’s piece, New York Nocturne (our title) is an excellent example of just that — a vertical pastel looking down the throat of Madison Ave. with the lights, figures and features all brought together in a chorus of shape and swirl. Find me those drugs!
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