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The photo of the “loft for rent” reminds of me your pal, Dice’s painting “Prince and Sullivan” I am the proud owner of this painting. When I see my painting and your photograph, I imagine that it was taken in the morning where the street is steaming as the ice evaporates. Your photo has the lighting, texture and color as Dice’s painting. There is definately a “street smell”. I assume that these photos were also taken in the Village.
Check out Dice’s Simplestroke.com website under landscape/”New York Village series”/Prince and Sullivan. It is the painting in the 3rd row, far right. I assume that Dice painted in the early morning where the sun was reflected off the cars as the ice was melting.. The actual painting has darker tones. I guess friends share the same mojo as your photos gives me the same vibe as Dice’s painting.
PS. Thanks for the tip on the Maverick’s auction. It was very enjoyable. I got the Eggleston.