Min Li Fine Arts
Cityscape Series
"Park Avenue"
New York Series #1 of 5
Giclée and Poster Prints Available
"New York Times Square"
New York Series #2 of 5
Giclée and Poster Prints Available
"Central Park NY"
New York Series #3 of 5
Giclée and Poster Prints Available
"NY Dawn"
New York Series #4 of 5
Giclée and Poster Prints Available
"New York Fog"
New York Series #5 of 5
Giclée and Poster Prints Available
Park Avenue (2001)
30x40 Oil on canvas
$6800  

This urbanscape of the cosmopolitan New York Park Avenue on the Upper East Side NYC is a strong representative of Min's city scenery. The Grand Central Terminal façade and Pan Am Building stand proudly at the center of this cityscape. A skillful mesh of perspective and subtle, cool tones bring to life the steel and concrete spires of Manhattan. From a flat canvas, one feels at the foot of the Grand Hyatt New York and the Chrysler Building along 42nd Street in Midtown.
New York Times Square
30x40 Oil on linen
$7000  

In this masterful cityscape, Min presents us with Broadway theatres, luminous neons, and the brilliant skyscrapers of Times Square. An icon of American culture, Min captures the spectacular combination of MTV, Nasdaq, and the Panasonic Astro Vision Screen. A place unique unto itself throughout history, this painting brings insightful depth into the title: Times Square.
Central Park NY (2007)
30x40 Oil on canvas
$7200  

This mossy bridge was designed by the famous Calvert Vaux in the mid 1800s. Central Park, like its host City, is an organic synthesis of cultural diversity. From the Delacorte Theatre, to the NYC Marathon, to its historic sculptures and mini-ecosystem, the splendor of Central Park is captured by Min's tonal brilliance.
New York Dawn (2005)
30x40 Oil on canvas
$6880  

In New York Dawn Min tackles deep spatial representations of urban landscapes using photorealism techniques. This streetscape of New York depicts its bustling nightlife. The Twin Towers, located in the heart of New York City's downtown financial district, glow in impressionist colors. The canary yellow cab is the mainstay of the NYC commute and a focal point of this piece.
NY Fog (2004)
24x36 Oil on linen
$6880  

Landmark of Manhattan, the unique Flatiron building rests on the corner of 5th Ave, 23rd, and Broadway. The surrounding four squares and buildings draw upon Gothic, Roman, and classical Greek archetypes. In addition to the distinguished architecture, the district's prestigious boutiques and stylish cafes are world class attractions.