Autumn in Central Park by Rod Chase

In the "City That Never Sleeps," Central Park provides a respite from the frenetic pace of activity for which New York is famous.

Within the park, Bow Bridge is one of the most romantic and best-loved attractions. The first cast-iron bridge in Central Park, it was built between 1859 and 1862, and it is named for its graceful shape, resembling the bow of an archer or violinist.

To create an even more intimate view, I removed all the visitors from the bridge and painted it during one of my favorite seasons, autumn.

--Rod Chase


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