Central Park Print

SKU: JG0050

I walk through Central Park every time I go to New York, which is about twice a year, coinciding with trade shows in the city. Each time I go I discover something new and also get to see it in the middle of winter and the heat of August and therefore appreciate the different wildlife that inhabit the Park at different times of the year too. My illustration of Central Park includes some of its iconic landmarks including the Belevedere Castle and Alice in Wonderful and Balto statues.  Some of America's finest birds flock to Central Park and are included in my design. Say hello to the Blue Jay, Chipping Sparrow, Palm Warbler, American Robin and Great Egret!

Central Park Print

Product SKU: JG0050

I walk through Central Park every time I go to New York, which is about twice a year, coinciding with trade shows in the city. Each time I go I discover something new and also get to see it in the middle of winter and the heat of August and therefore appreciate the different wildlife that inhabit the Park at different times of the year too. My illustration of Central Park includes some of its iconic landmarks including the Belevedere Castle and Alice in Wonderful and Balto statues.  Some of America's finest birds flock to Central Park and are included in my design. Say hello to the Blue Jay, Chipping Sparrow, Palm Warbler, American Robin and Great Egret!

Central Park Print

USA

White 100 GSM

Size: 28x35.5 Cm - 11x14 Inch More

Made and Printed in UK

Board backed & cellophane bagged

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