A nostalgic view of New York Harbor in the
York City after the turn of the Century was the major shipping
port in the United States. Ocean liners, sailing ships,
cargo, and people were moved into and out of New Yorks
harbor by the workhorses of the waterfront: the tugboats.
In this painting of a windswept morning by maritime artist
Paul Bender, two tugboats from rival companies have found
themselves in a friendly race to see who will be first to
cross before the Statue of Liberty. The tall stacks and
classic lines of these tugboats recall New York Harbor its
Size 12" x 19.75"
Size 16" x 26"
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