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, 12 x 16 in.
Each painting is custom made as orders are received. All giclee re-creations are hand-signed by the artist. They arrive ready to hang. The artist will apply some hand painting to the canvas, to enhance the image and add to its individuality.
The original painting of this giclee, has been sold. Original media: Acrylic on Canvas, original size 36″ x 40″.