New Yorker Cover-March 21, 1988


Each dry mounted, custom framed original New Yorker cover is securely set in a U.S.A.-made frame. All frame backs have been professionally assembled and are ready to hang. Each original, pristine cover is easily removable if new frame is desired. Cost includes shipping and handling anywhere in the United States.




If you click to enlarge this image you will see the irony in the painting — a black & white, crazy busy day in New York City, and a lone man takes time out of his day to be still in front of a gallery window that displays a colorful still-life. I find this image a wonderful reminder that, even in the hustle and bustle of big city living and the filled-to-the-brim tasks we think we must accomplish daily, there is time to “stop and smell the roses,” or in this case, time to be still.


March 21, 1988