New York City Artist Lloyd Goldsmith

The Progression of Downtown

The progression of Downtown at the end of the Twentieth Century.
Looking South from Waverly Place and Mercer Street 1992 - 2003.

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Initial Study for Downtown, 1992

Initial Study for Downtown, 1992, graphite on Strathmore Series 400, two sheets seamed, 6 x 15 ½ inches

Second Study for Downtown

Second Study for Downtown, 1993, graphite on Strathmore Series 400, two sheets spiral bound, 11 x 28 inches overall

Downtown Assemblage

Downtown Assemblage, 1993, graphite & Conte on gray Strathmore charcoal paper, newsprint, and gray Ingres paper, with metal pushpins & black cotton cord, 38 x 75 inches within the area defined by the cord - some paper extends beyond

Downtown Triptych

Downtown Triptych, 1994, pastel & Conte crayon on gray Strathmore charcoal paper, three sheets, each 19 x 25 inches, 19 x 75 inches overall.

Schematic for Downtown

Schematic for Downtown, ink, grease pencil & correction fluid on glassine paper cut and taped, 33 x 95 inches

Cartoon for Downtown

Cartoon for Downtown, ink outline, perforated and rubbed with charcoal on glassine paper, two sheets seamed, 48 x 96 inches

Downtown at the End of the Twentieth Century

Downtown at the End of the Twentieth Century, oil on canvas, 48 x 96 inches

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Downtown Snow, 1993

Downtown Snow, 1993 conte on gray Strathmore charcoal paper, 19 x 25¼ inches


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