Fulton Ferry Landing - Brooklyn Art Print
Fulton Ferry Landing - Brooklyn Art Print by Mark Tisdale.
This Brooklyn art print features the historic Fulton Ferry landing. This location in what is now Dumbo was the site of the first ferry that crossed the East River between the island of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Among the buildings basking in the late afternoon sun is the Fulton Ferry Fireboat House, which was built in 1926. It was in use as a Fireboat house until 1970. It served briefly as a museum but has since more recently housed an ice cream parlor.
This Brooklyn art print is based on a photo from my first trip to NYC and although I didn't know the history of Fulton Ferry then, I was attracted to the beautiful old buildings and what a beautiful location on the water to take in the sunset.
What attracts you to this Brooklyn art print? Does it remind you of your own visit to Fulton Ferry or maybe you've lived nearby?
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