The upper half of the Lee Ether monument in Boston’s Public Gardens, the painting was begun on a late afternoon, but completed as the sun had set, which suddenly activated the floodlights at the fountain base; necessitating a change of technique for the shifting of light sources. Please see the study Fountain Lions, which is the lower half of the monument, also in this section.
10″ x 14″ Original is Available
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Limited Edition of 100, Archival Print