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The Gilded Age of NYC 1880-1910please click to begin.
The Gilded Age of NYCThe golden age of epic architecture. I love the Gilded Age of NYC 1880-1910, I illustrate my most fav...
The Puck BuildingThe famous Puck magazine was continued here.
The birth of the satirical magazine format.The Puck Building...
Here’s an illustration of the second MSG before the big move to the 50’s and then to 34th st. Picasso made
his NYC debut h...
Grand Central Station ClockSeen by millions of travelers. This clock is perhaps THE iconic symbol of NYC.
Created by the f...
The High LineHere is a popular illustration that I created featuring the beloved High Line. The High Line is a 1.45-mile-l...
Temple CourtIt doesn’t get better then this. Back in 1880 this amazing building was a busy legal office, due to some constr...
Times Square BuildingThis building is still standing but sadly covered with advertising panels. I would love to see what s...
New York World BuildingAn incredible building! It was part of the famous newspaper row along Park Row. The NYC newspaper d...
The Gilsey HouseThe Gilsey House was a next generation hotel during the vaudeville days of New York City. It was the first ...
The Manhattan BridgeCan you fall in love with a bridge? I sure can. You have experience this iconic structure to truly fee...
The Brooklyn BridgeYou can’t have New York without an epic bridge to connect to the rest of the world. Such a glorious his...
The Singer
BuildingMy most favorite New York City building is the epic Singer Building. It was the
tallest building in the...
My New York Illustrations.
Thanks for viewing my gilded age of New York City illustrations. I have been creating art for 2...
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The Gilded Age of New York City 1880-1910 architecture.

The glorious age of 1880-1910 New York City architecture created some of the most epic buildings in history. Bold and innovative design set NYC as the city of the future and challenged the rest of the world. I have illustrated some of my favorites, I hope you enjoy this history journey. The Gilded Age of New York City 1880-1910 architecture.

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The Gilded Age of New York City 1880-1910 architecture.

  1. 1. The Gilded Age of NYC 1880-1910please click to begin.
  2. 2. The Gilded Age of NYCThe golden age of epic architecture. I love the Gilded Age of NYC 1880-1910, I illustrate my most favorite buildings of that era. My work has sold around the world and in big boy stores. I hope you enjoy this presentation.
  3. 3. The Puck BuildingThe famous Puck magazine was continued here. The birth of the satirical magazine format.The Puck Building is a historic building located in the Nolita neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It occupies the block bounded by Lafayette, Houston, Mulberry and Jersey Streets
  4. 4. Here’s an illustration of the second MSG before the big move to the 50’s and then to 34th st. Picasso made his NYC debut here & the man who designed MSG and many other famous New York buildings was shot and killed here, Stanford White. Madison Square Garden
  5. 5. Grand Central Station ClockSeen by millions of travelers. This clock is perhaps THE iconic symbol of NYC. Created by the famous Connecticut clock crafting company known as Seth Thomas, the Grand Central Terminal Clock is valued between 10 and 20 million dollars.
  6. 6. The High LineHere is a popular illustration that I created featuring the beloved High Line. The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long New York City linear park built in Manhattan on an elevated section of a disused New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line.
  7. 7. Temple CourtIt doesn’t get better then this. Back in 1880 this amazing building was a busy legal office, due to some construction hazards it was closed and shut for over 100 years. Recently opened and now an epic and trendy hotel. The Temple Court Building and Annex, at 5 Beekman Street, New York City, is a red-brick and terra cotta office building in the Queen Anne, neo-Grec, and Renaissance Revival styles.
  8. 8. Times Square BuildingThis building is still standing but sadly covered with advertising panels. I would love to see what survived. The building, on the site of the Pabst Hotel, was originally completed in 1904 to serve as the new headquarters of The New York Times, which officially moved into the building in January 1905
  9. 9. New York World BuildingAn incredible building! It was part of the famous newspaper row along Park Row. The NYC newspaper domination was at it’s full power during this epic era. The New York World Building was a skyscraper in New York City designed by early skyscraper specialist George Browne Post and built in 1890 to house the now-defunct newspaper, The New York World. It was razed in 1955.
  10. 10. The Gilsey HouseThe Gilsey House was a next generation hotel during the vaudeville days of New York City. It was the first hotel in New York to have a phone in the guest rooms. Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain and Diamond Jim Brady would stay here and chat about world events and the news of the day. It was constructed from 1869 to 1871 at the cost of $350,000, opening as the Gilsey House Hotel in 1872.
  11. 11. The Manhattan BridgeCan you fall in love with a bridge? I sure can. You have experience this iconic structure to truly feel it’s impact. It’s a architectural smorgasbord of design beauty. This is one of my most favorite illustrations and my best selling art work. The Manhattan Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the East River in New York City, connecting Lower Manhattan at Canal Street with Downtown Brooklyn at the Flatbush Avenue Extension.
  12. 12. The Brooklyn BridgeYou can’t have New York without an epic bridge to connect to the rest of the world. Such a glorious history associated with the most famous bridge in the world. The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge in New York City and is one of the oldest bridges of either type in the United States. Completed in 1883, it connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River.
  13. 13. The Singer BuildingMy most favorite New York City building is the epic Singer Building. It was the tallest building in the world in 1908. at Liberty Street and Broadway in Lower Manhattan's Financial District, was a 47-story office building completed in 1908 as the headquarters of the Singer Manufacturing Company. Stay tuned for more of my Gilded Age of NYC building series.
  14. 14. My New York Illustrations. Thanks for viewing my gilded age of New York City illustrations. I have been creating art for 20 years. My art has appeared in; CB2, BoConcept, MoMA Design Store, FAB.com and various NYC hotels. I create my art on various products. Please view my site for more info. Thank you. For more info please email me at rosner1@mac.com

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