George Bellows, 1911 - New York - fine art print

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This 20th century masterpiece was made by the male artist George Bellows in 1911. The 100 years old painting measures the size: 106,7 x 152,4 cm (42 x 60 in) and was painted on the medium oil on canvas. Nowadays, the piece of art belongs to the National Gallery of Art's art collection. With courtesy of National Gallery of Art, Washington (public domain license).: . What is more, the alignment is landscape with a side ratio of 1.4 : 1, meaning that the length is 40% longer than the width.

Possible product material options

We offer a range of different sizes and materials for every product. The following options are available for individualization:

  • Printed poster (canvas material): The Artprinta poster print is a UV printed sheet of canvas with a granular surface finish. Please keep in mind, that depending on the absolute size of the canvas poster print we add a white margin between 2 - 6cm round about the work of art to facilitate the framing with your custom frame.
  • Aluminium dibond print (metal): Aluminium Dibond prints are prints on metal with an impressive depth effect, which makes a contemporary impression by having a surface structure, which is non-reflective. The Direct Print on Aluminum Dibond is the best introduction to the sophisticated world of fine art prints produced with aluminum. For your Aluminium Dibond print, we print your artpiece onto the aluminium surface. The colors are vivid and luminous in the highest definition, the details appear clear and crisp.
  • Canvas print: The printed canvas material stretched on a wood stretcher frame. It generates the typical impression of three dimensionality. Canvas prints are relatively low in weight. That means, it is quite simple to hang up the Canvas print without any wall-mounts. Canvas prints are suitable for any kind of wall.
  • Acrylic glass print: The print on acrylic glass, often labelled as a fine art print on plexiglass, will transform the artwork into lovely wall decoration. Your own copy of the work of art is being made with the help of state-of-the-art UV direct print machines. The great advantage of an acrylic glass fine art print is that contrasts and smaller details become more exposed with the help of the granular tonal gradation. Our real glass coating protects your chosen art print against sunlight and heat for several decades.

Important information: We try our best in order to describe our products as exact as possible and to illustrate them visually. Nevertheless, the colors of the print materials, as well as the printing might differ somehwat from the presentation on the monitor. Depending on your settings of your screen and the quality of the surface, not all colors will be printed as realisitcally as the digital version shown here. Because all the art prints are processed and printed manually, there might as well be minor differences in the motif's size and exact position.

Structured product details

Print categorization: art copy
Reproduction: digital reproduction
Production method: UV direct printing
Product Origin: produced in Germany
Stock type: on demand production
Intended usage: art reproduction gallery, art collection (reproductions)
Alignment: landscape alignment
Side ratio: 1.4 : 1 - length : width
Image ratio meaning: the length is 40% longer than the width
Materials you can choose: canvas print, metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper), acrylic glass print (with real glass coating)
Canvas on stretcher frame (canvas print) options: 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) options: 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Poster print (canvas paper) options: 70x50cm - 28x20"
Aluminium print (aluminium dibond material) size variants: 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Framing of the art reproduction: not available

Work of art specs

Title of the piece of art: "New York"
Categorization of the artwork: painting
General category: modern art
Artwork century: 20th century
Created in the year: 1911
Artwork age: more than 100 years
Painted on: oil on canvas
Dimensions of the original artwork: 106,7 x 152,4 cm (42 x 60 in)
Museum / collection: National Gallery of Art
Location of the museum: Washington D.C., United States of America
Website of Museum: National Gallery of Art
License type: public domain
Courtesy of: National Gallery of Art, Washington

Short overview of the artist

Artist name: George Bellows
Alias names: Bellouz Dzhorzh, geo bellows, geo. bellows, George Bellows, בלאוס ג'ורג', Bellows, George Wesley Bellows, Bellows George Wesley, Bellows George
Gender: male
Nationality of artist: American
Professions: lithographer, painter
Country: United States
Classification: modern artist
Died aged: 43 years
Birth year: 1882
Died in the year: 1925

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Completed in February 1911, New York is a large, ambitious painting in which George Bellows captures the essence of modern life in New York City. Although the viewer looks uptown toward Madison Square from the intersection of Broadway and 23rd Street, Bellows did not intend to represent a specific, identifiable place in the city. He instead drew on several bustling commercial districts to create an imaginary composite, an impossibly crowded image that would best convey a sense of the city’s frenetic pace.

By assembling all of these diverse elements into one scene, Bellows revolutionized the conventions of the traditional American urban vista and surpassed the efforts of other contemporary urban realists, like Robert Henri (American, 1865 - 1929) and John Sloan (American, 1871 - 1951). A critic commented that New York is full of “motion, of stirring existence. Trucks are darting through the crowd. Men and women are hurrying across the streets, trolleys are clanging their way in and out, a policeman is keeping people from being run over, you feel the rush, you hear the noise, and you wish you were safely home.”

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