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Tower Acrylic Print featuring the photograph Robert Moses Water Tower by Cathy Kovarik

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Robert Moses Water Tower Acrylic Print

Cathy Kovarik

by Cathy Kovarik

$77.00

Product Details

Robert Moses Water Tower acrylic print by Cathy Kovarik.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

In 1825, the federal government took the westerly tip to construct a lighthouse and David Sammis purchased about 120 acres to the east in 1855 and... more

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Comments (3)

Val Arie

Val Arie

I guess many of us know this tower. So many summer memories!

Betsy Zimmerli

Betsy Zimmerli

Many happy memories for me viewing this tower as a kid on the way to Jones Beach!

Judy Vincent

Judy Vincent

Wonderful image! Congratulations on your feature in the “Landscape and Landmark Photography” group!

Artist's Description

In 1825, the federal government took the westerly tip to construct a lighthouse and David Sammis purchased about 120 acres to the east in 1855 and built the Surf Hotel. The fears of a cholera epidemic spread by passengers on ships arriving in New York prompted the state to acquire the hotel property to establish a quarantine station in 1892. Then, the state established the Long Island State Park Commission in 1924 which headed by “master builder” Robert Moses as part of a statewide park and parkway program, also run by Moses. The commission obtained from the federal government four miles of beach west of the lighthouse that had been formed by shifting sand. Robert Moses Causeway opened and the park was renamed for Moses when ferry service was maintained from Babylon to the park until 1964.

About Cathy Kovarik

Cathy Kovarik

 

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