My grandfather, Sam Reznik, like most refugees, had very little money. He was a peddler. He sold buttons, thread, needles, and clothes. Eventually he saved enough money to establish a small business on Logan, a narrow, steep and winding cobblestone street that went down to Fifth Avenue. It was a busy, crowded street, jammed with shops. My grandfathers’ family lived above their store, but there was a kitchen on the first floor so my Grandmother Rachel, who died before I was born, could cook and run out to wait on customers at the same time. Spiraled fly paper hung from the ceiling.
Fine Art, Giclee Print on Canvas, 16 x 20 in.
Each painting is custom made as orders are received. They arrive ready to hang.
The original painting of this giclee, has been sold. Original media: Acrylic on Canvas, original size 36″ x 40″.