The fruit market on Logan Street was on the opposite side of the street from Reznik’s (a small store of my paternal grandfather). If either store needed change for a customer, they would get it from the store across the street. There weren’t any supermarkets on Logan Street, so people would purchase what they needed for the day and what they could afford. It could be one apple or one tomato. When produce, from lack of ice or refrigeration would rot, it was removed, but the odor lingered. The color of the fruits and vegetables seemed bright when a little sun broke through the steel mill smoke and haze that usually pervaded the neighborhood.
Fine Art, Giclee Print on Canvas, 16 x 20 in.
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The original painting of this print has been sold. Original media: Acrylic on Canvas, original size 30″ x 40″.