The New York skyline captured in a black and white film photograph. Along the skyline, the Twin Towers are visible standing tall, dominating the scene. Above the horizon are dramatic, cotton-candy fluffy clouds, and many different yachts pepper the calm water.
Alex Leykin (1947 - 2016) was an Ukrainian-American photographer, who rose to prominence thanks to his urban photographs of New York City.
His photographs of New York are an embodiment of the love he felt toward the Big Apple. Alex’s photographs capture not only the unique horizons and trademark sights of New York, but also transmit the energy and poetry of the diverse landscapes.
Alex Leykin focused on geometric architectural compositions of New York City. His images of the Twin Towers, Brooklyn Bridge and Times Square are some of his best-selling artworks.
This picture is beautiful! It will be a great addition to my office.Sarah Miller
I love this photo.
Serene and calm photo. It is very sad that this is only a photo, but not reality. We will never forget 911.
Nevertheless, the photo is very beautiful and of high quality. Thanks.
Fantastic views of the dowmtown NYC. Everyone who works in the city and loves NY should have this photo! Moreover, it is also a memorable photo. 9/11 we will never forget. Great purchase.Nik Robie
Great New York Skyline photography.
Adding to a new my living room. Love the works by by Alex Leykin. Genius Photographer. Very pleased with service from nyart.com.Nancy V. Rose.
Amazing photo! This art matches my urban industrial themed apartment decor and it’s a perfect black and white orientation which brings that industrial ambiance together.Gisselle Shr.
I'm in love with this photo!
I ordered this large size photo for my office. It looks awesome and will definitely increase the space. Stunning view of the New York Skyline!Selesta Orange
I definitely recommend putting this photo in a frame as it will look so much better. Delivery was fast and everything was packed well.Christine Map
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