Lead Horse, Nunley's Carousel

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Lead Horse, Nunley's Carousel

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From the second watercolor painting of a series of images of Nunley’s Carousel, as it looked in Baldwin, Long Island, the artist’s hometown. A well-loved horse from the famous 1912 Stein and Goldstein carousel, with glimpses of the scenery panels painted on site in 1939. 14 by 11 inches, with border. Click on thumbnail to see full image.

Each giclee print is one of an edition of 100, printed on archival Hahnemuhle paper, signed and numbered by the artist.

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I grew up in Baldwin, and one of my formative experiences as a very young child was going to Nunley's amusement park, where the famous carousel resided. The Wurlitzer music and delight of the kids and adults there conjured an earlier era, even all those decades ago. This image, printed from a watercolor painting I made, shows my favorite horse, a white-maned black beauty.