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This is an original oil-on-linen painting by Bergen County artist Mark Oberndorf.
"This tavern was opened in 1868 by Patrick Henry Carley," artist Mark Oberndorf says. "It is one of the oldest continually operating establishments in New York City today."
Painting measures 22" x 18" and comes pre-framed in a gold-trimmed floater frame. (Allow two weeks for delivery. Ships insured for an additional cost.)
ABOUT THE ARTIST: Over the last 25 years, Mark Oberndorf's work has been included in multiple group and one-person exhibitions and has been purchased by many private collectors. His work has been seen at Kerygma Gallery in Ridgewood; Mason-Murer Gallery in Atlanta, Ga.; Plus One Gallery in London; Elliot Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, Calif.; Sola Gallery in Provincetown, Mass.; Lois Richards Gallery in Greenwich, Conn.; and Westwood Gallery in Westwood. His paintings have also been featured in several media outlets including The New York Times, The Record, The Ridgewood News, Provincetown Arts magazine, (201) Magazine, Art in America magazine, The E Jean Carrroll television show and on News 12 NJ television. His painting of the Bendix Diner has been featured on a billboard in his home state of New Jersey. Mark is currently represented by Westwood Gallery in Westwood and Mark Gallery in Englewood.