Central Park, New York, USA (1858)
In the mid-19th century, many Americans began to fear that modern civilization might not be sustainable. Central Park w designers Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux created Central Park in New York. Dubbed the “people’s park”, it was intended as a democratic space, open to people of every background and economic status. Olmsted argued that pastoral expanses would have a “harmonizing and refining influence” on the urban population and antidote.

Simon Roberts

Print Only: $2,500.00
Framed Print: $2,695.00
Print Size: 1080x810 mm
Frame Size: 1140x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315gsm
Frame Colour: White
Exhibit: POS SR 295 05

 

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Central Park, New York, USA (1858)

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In the mid-19th century, many Americans began to fear that modern civilization might not be sustainable. Central Park w designers Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux created Central Park in New York. Dubbed the “people’s park”, it was intended as a democratic space, open to people of every background and economic status. Olmsted argued that pastoral expanses would have a “harmonizing and refining influence” on the urban population and antidote.

Photographer:
Simon Roberts

Print Only: $2,500.00

Framed Print: $2,695.00

Print Size: 1080x810 mm

Frame Size: 1140x870 mm

Exhibit: POS SR 295 05

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