So hubs and I had plans to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, but we scrapped the plan till the next day because the weather wasn't good, and instead decided to see the new Whitney Museum, which moved 9 months ago to a completely new location. A bonus to those of you who (in better weather) like to walk in NYC - the new museum is easy access from the south end of the High Line, which is a former elevated rail line converted into a wonderful walking park. We did however, walk the Bridge the next day, and the beautiful structure made me understand why there are so many works of art based on this bridge. Here are two that we saw in the Whitney. The first, "Brooklyn Bridge", is by Joseph Stella, and the second, called "Region of Brooklyn Bridge Fantasy", is by John Marin. Tune in, in a couple of days, for my photos of this iconic bridge!
Above is The Subway by George Tooker; directly below is No Passing by Kay Sage.
Below, La Fortune by Man Ray.