Bethesda Terrace Afternoon
Size: 12 x 16 in., Medium: Oil on Canvas; Unframed
Bethesda Terrace is considered the heart of Central Park. In their original plan, Park designers Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux envisioned a sweeping Promenade (the Mall) that led to a grand terrace overlooking the Lake. The magnificent carvings represent the four seasons and, on the side facing the Mall, the times of day. Find out more about this painting by reading the BMA blog.
Framing is available upon request at additional cost. Please inquire.
I have taken every measure to produce photos of all artwork in natural light with no embellishments or photo editing. The artwork viewed in the Tim Ellmers Fine Art Gallery is shown the same way it will be seen in person.