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Andrew Lenaghan, 'McGuinness Blvd/Clay Street,' 2011.


Andrew Lenaghan, McGuinness Blvd/Clay Street, 2011. Oil on panel, 24 x 32 inches.

Andrew Lenaghan’s work lends itself perfectly to today’s empty New York. 


Lenaghan lives and works in New York, and has been painting the city for decades; his preferred locations have often been the less-frequented corners of the city, such as quiet side streets, abandoned industrial sites, or an empty Coney Island boardwalk. Over the years he’s captured a rich history of the ever-changing New York landscape, though one usually devoid of people.


For an overview of Lenaghan's work, exhibitions and publications, head to his Artist Page.