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Central Park Throw Pillow featuring the photograph Bethesda Terrace In Central Park - Bw by James Aiken

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Bethesda Terrace In Central Park - Bw Throw Pillow

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Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.

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Wonderful photo--looks great in black and white. L/F/shared

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Jon.

Your perspective is always interesting and thought provoking...shared/l/f

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Barbara.

Great work. Beautiful black and white.

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Linda.

great image and lighting; pin/t

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Pamela.

Beautiful composition, great leading lines and architectural detail! Sharing!

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Belinda.

The composition of this photograph just lends itself to be in black and white. Well done, James. vf fav tweet pin

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Sabine.

Wonderful catch James! sharing

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Marcello.

Very nice!

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Glenda.

Beautiful work, James! g+

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Sarah.

Wonderful light coming from the central arch!!! Beautiful photography, sharing x

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Clare.

wonderful contrasts and use of light..sharing

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Deena.

Lovely L/Pin

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Sharon.

very cool! twt

James Aiken replied:

Thank you Joan.

WOW, what a powerful shot of the Bethesda.. Beautifully composed and processed. sharing

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Denise.

Great pov and crop choice! Awesome shot!

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Giada.

What an incredible capture! Brilliantly composed, Everything drawing one in thru the lite archway. Masterfully done James!

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Steven.

What an impressive way to enter one of the most famous parks in the North America!! Awesome b&w!

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Jordan.

I know this place and I've always been afraid to walk through those arches and, I find it wonderful that you've captured this terrace in such an inviting manner! The detail in the tile and fencing stand out and how great that I can see all the way to the other side - perfect pov Jamie!

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Jo Ann.

Sometimes it is so hard to believe the beauty we can find right here at home without the need to travel abroad. This is just a wonderful example of that...beautiful capture in this black and white image, James!

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Lee.

Oh my - this looks so very European doesn't it? Incredible architectural art and amazing DOF in this James. Love the light! F/L

James Aiken replied:

Thank you very much Lianne.

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Throw Pillow Reviews (2554)

Average Rating (4.86 Stars):

October 17th, 2019

Love the entire concept of mindfulness and the earth mind, body connection. Brilliant design.

October 17th, 2019

Love my Peacock Pillow. Amazing that it is taken from an actual photo. The colors are amazing. Looks great in my room as well.

October 16th, 2019

The print was blurry...not a high quality produce.

October 14th, 2019

The finished product looked like faded denim. It wasn't vibrant at all. I was very unhappy with your product.

October 14th, 2019

Sorry, but until now i didnĀ“t get this order!

October 11th, 2019

I was very disappointed in the product. I did not find the quality very good (the pillow is extra small, and the fabric very rough), and I didn't like how the final words of the verse disappeared into the seam of the pillow. That made the verse incomplete. I returned it well before the return date, but I never heard anything from the seller, nor did I receive a refund. Very disappointed.

Artist's Description

The stair leads down below the Bethesda Terrace of New York City's Central Park in glorious black and white. The Bethesda Terrace's layout consists of both an upper and a lower terrace, which are connected by two grand staircases and a smaller one leading directly to the Mall. The entire terrace is constructed primarily of New Brunswick sandstone, paved with Roman brick, and boasts granite steps and landings. While the upper terrace flanks 72nd street and is responsible for the amazing views witnessed by tourists every year, the lower terrace connects to the Mall and features the majestic Bethesda Fountain. (Information obtained from centralpark.com) Central Park, designated a National Historic Landmark in 1962, is an urban park in New York City's borough of Manhattan. The park initially opened in 1857 on 778 acres of city-owned land. In 1858, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux won a design competition to improve and expand the park with a plan to the current 843 acres, which the...

About James Aiken

James Aiken

James currently lives and works in the New York City area, a far cry from a childhood in the splendors of rural Vermont. An unabashed introvert, James enjoys observing all that surrounds him without feeling the need to be an integral part of the proceedings. His goal as an artist is to express the remarkable within the familiar and ordinary, through critical examination and contemplation of the subject, without alteration of the scene... ...And sometimes he just gets lucky by being in the right place at the right time. PLEASE NOTE: - The 'Fine Art America' watermark that is present on each image will NOT appear on the finished print. %

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