Central Park West

Original medium: Watercolors on paper


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A warm watercolor painting of Central Park West in the winter. The well-known Central Park Lake (Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir) is glazed over with ice, as the rocks, bushes, and autumn-barren trees are blanketed with sheets of fluffy, white snow. In the background of the scene, San Remo and the Dakota building are visible peeking out from the red and orange trees.

Roustam Nour

Roustam Nour lives and works in New York City — the place that inspires his lively and lifelike watercolor and oil paintings. Born in Russia, he immigrated to the US in 1991. Since then, his name has become synonymous with his home city, with write ups in the New York Times and the German magazine Stern celebrating his achievements in capturing NYC on the canvas.

Nour graduated from the College of Art in Tatarstan and mastered his professional skills at Moscow State University’s Technical Design department. His work has appeared in multiple national and international exhibitions including Art Expo New York.

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Not bad, but a little expensive in my opinion. The quality is ok.

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Huge painting!

This painting is a great way to add some design into your room, and it's just great. The definition of this picture is great. The colours are also very nice and beautiful.

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