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About the Art
Title : MAN EMERGING, 1930s
Photo Id : IRV285
Description: Floyd Bennett Field, southeast Brooklyn, was NYC's first commercial airport. This man is emerging from an underground passage from the terminal to a few runway locations, quite a convenience for its time. In 1941 the Navy acquired the airfield from the city and, among other changes, closed all the tunnels for security. Maybe they’re still there.
About the Artist
  • Member Status: Platinum
  • Artist: Irving Kaufman (IrvingKaufmanStudios)
  • Current Location: Phil Kaufman, son, curator; Morristown. NJ
  • Subjects: Black & White, People, Other
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Finishing Options

Gallery Plexi Mount: Frameless face mounted prints on fine art gallery plexi, featuring flame polished edges, back by 1/8" sintra, 3/4" wood brace and french cleating. (Larger sizes may have an aluminum brace)

Artisan Framing: Handmade traditional fine art frames in black, white, or wood, including a range of 2-4" 100% acid free white mat (depending on size).

Outside Frame Dimension -
No Finishing Options Available

1 1/4" Thick- Wood Stretch Frame

Based on PMS Colors

White Mat Included: 1 1/2" wide


Artist Royalty

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