Image courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston | Licence: Public Domain
Image courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston | Licence: Public Domain

The Post Office, New York

1800-1875

Unknown Artist

From the collection

Title

The Post Office, New York

Date

1800-1875

Description

Academic anonymous landscape. Stone building with tower on narrow street between Cedar and Liberty Streets. Originally a church built by the Dutch Reformists in 1729. The Post Office occupied this buiding from 1845-1875; taken down in 1882. Later than Endicott lithograph of 1845 (ill. Portfolio, Aug. 1942, p. 7). Here the portico in front is enclosed and another story added, partially blocking the three further windows. Medium: Watercolour and graphite on paper.
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Location

18-20 Nassau Street, New York City, USA

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Credits

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Image Credit

Image courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

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