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Procession Painting - New Yorker September 19 1959 by Ilonka Karasz

New Yorker September 19 1959 is a painting by Ilonka Karasz which was uploaded on May 2nd, 2018.

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Mick Merrilees

I am an Australian who was in New York in September this year for the very first time to celebrate my 60th birthday (17th Sept) with my family. Ironically on the September 16 we were at the DUMBO market in Brooklyn and my wife purchased the cover that day. Ironically and unbeknownst to her, we walk the Brooklyn bridge heading for Little Italy for some lunch. The San Gennaro festival was in full swing and their were people every where. We had lunch at a street stall on the corner of Mulberry and Chester street, which I believe is the exact spot the illustration was drawn. I only realised this today a month later when I had a good look at the cover and went back through my photos - I have a photo at street level looking up that street.

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New Yorker September 19 1959 by Ilonka Karasz
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