A watercolor painting of the striking light tribute in memory of the tragedy of the fallen Twin Towers. The painting is done in a sepia color style that gives the whole scene a somber, melancholy mood appropriate for the subject of the painting. The Statue of Liberty stands just beside the tribute on the water along with the Empire State building in the background.
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.
It was a meaningful gift for my father, who lost many friends on that fateful day. The recipient burst into tears and appreciated this picture very highly.
Very happy with this painting.
Visually great! I love the vivid paint strokes. Slightly too dark than photo, but really slightly.
Great historical moment
This is a nice watercolors on paper that was given as a gift after it was framed. The person who received it liked it very much and it looked great in the frame. Great buy!
Looks good in my living room.
Love this watercolor print.
I purchased this beautiful piece approximately one month ago and my wife and I love it. The colors are calm and work well on variously shaded walls. The print on canvas of "Light Tribute" is framed professionally and was delivered well packaged and free of defects.
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