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Rabbi Road is a painting by Valerie Vescovi which was uploaded on September 29th, 2007.
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I've always wanted to paint the Rabbis in South Beach. They are so mysterious. I didn't have any good pics of Lincoln Road, so there it is. It's... more
Weekender Tote Bag
Portable Battery Charger
Round Beach Towel
Original - Sold
48.000 x 36.000 x 1.000 inches
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Painting - Oil On Canvas
I've always wanted to paint the Rabbis in South Beach. They are so mysterious. I didn't have any good pics of Lincoln Road, so there it is. It's in a private collection in Chicago.
September 29th, 2007
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Congrats on your sale!
Wow to to cool
A British camera crew video-taped me walking that iconic crossing and at the famous recording studio a few doors down on the left
( lost all the 8" x 10" prints in hurricane WILMA along with $4 or $5 K damages and losses ) as part of the promotion for 2 shows I had in 1998. One in London the other in Oxford.
My now deceased wife, who was listed as my assistant on the calender which was also featured in the shows, was 17 years younger than I and really dug the proximity to her heros and sent pictures to her friends. I as an old fart, really resented "The British Invasion", rock, and rock-a-billy stuff that killed the American Song Book, crooners and artists with actual singing voices who did not mimic other ethnicities and races - - - - oops ! I think I just switched into soap box mode. Think I'll calm down to some romantic ballads & love songs.
Valerie, this is so cool. You've got a fun sense of humor. I love the image, the way you painted it and the play on words.
A large body of dynamic, stimulatingly lively work. I love it. GEORGE