This is the first painting in my Hill District series, which started when my oldest grandson asked me about the old cash register that he and his brother and sister played with in the game room of our house. When they played Monopoly, they kept the play money in it. The register came from my grandfather’s store, Reznik & Sons, 68 Logan Street. I always thought it was so beautiful. When my brother and I worked at Reznik’s, we were told to press the red “No Sale” button to open the register. The store was demolished in 1955 to make way for the Civic Arena. Reznik’s moved to Fifth Avenue. The cash register moved with them.
Fine Art, Giclee Print on Canvas, 16 x 16 in.
Each painting is custom made as orders are received. They arrive ready to hang.
Original media: Acrylic on Canvas, original size 24″ x 24″. The price of originals from this series is between $2,000 – $4,000. If you are interested in purchasing the original, contact the artist.
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