New York street scene with the twin towers and the large antenna from the Empire State building in the background. Painted in the 1970’s this depicts a cold day with lots of people walking to work. There is a horse drawn carriage for those who could afford it. A colorful marque with the months events and postings. An inviting warmth from a store front awaiting its visitors. Most likely this is a view from the Avenue of the Americas in Midtown Manhattan. This wonderful painting would be great as a main focal point in the right room. The painting measures 24 inches tall and 36 inches wide. I see no scratches, tears, holes or restorations. The original hand carved frame measures 32 inches tall and 44 inches wide. The frame has a few small bumps but still looks nice.
Anthony Vecchio was an american painter, born 1949, who painted in the style of Leroy Neiman. His main focus was on horse races but did many sports heroes. This appears to be one of his early paintings before he became known for his sports theme paintings and had refined his own style.
Anthony Veccio, Manhattan Twin Towers, Oil Painting Signed by Listed Artist