The upper half of the Lee Ether monument in Boston’s Public Gardens, the painting was begun on a late afternoon, but completed as the sun had set, which suddenly activated the floodlights at the fountain base; necessitating a change of technique for the shifting of light sources. Please see the study Fountain Lions, which is the lower half of the monument, also in this section.
Limited Edition of 100, Archival Print
10" x 14" Original is Available
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