Samuel Brecher (1897–1982), West Eighth Street, 1934
Oil on canvas board. Promised gift of Elie and Sarah Hirschfeld, Scenes of New York City
Brecher paints a picturesque Greenwich Village, where sunlight drenches Eighth Street storefronts near the staircase to the Sixth Avenue El. He frequented this area, home to the newly opened Whitney Museum of American Art as well as local artist haunts at the Lafayette and Brevoort hotels.
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