What better city to start with than New York, New York? Adolf Dehn depicts Manhattan in 1946, after the rising of skyscrapers such as the Empire State, Chrysler and GE Buildings.
The Taj Mahal, or "Crown Palace", is the tomb of Mumtaz Mahal, beloved wife of Emperor Shah Jahan. Today the Taj is arguably India's most famous architectural wonder.
Clara Mairs re-envisions the balcony scene from Shakespeare's famous love story in her version of Romeo and Juliet.
Adolf Dehn, a dabbler in Social Realism, offers here two different views of the marketplace, one in Coburg, Germany, and the second in Haiti.
Featured Artists: Adolf Dehn, Peter Lupori, Mike Lynch and Clara Gardner Mairs
- Department of Tourism, Government of UP, Uttar Pradesh (2016). Taj Mahal. Retrieved from: http://tajmahal.gov.in/home.html
- Manhattan (2016). Retrieved May 6, 2016 from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manhattan#20th_century