This wonderful 19th century woodcut print depicts the elegance of a formal dance in the Ballroom at the Tuxedo Club, in Tuxedo Park, NY. The period dress of the ladies paired with the formal tailcoats of the gentlemen (along with the little dance orchestra tucked in the left corner) gives a wonderful snapshot in time. Also depicted in a smaller woodcut, is the architecturally significant Gateway of Tuxedo Park which was designed by acclaimed Shingle Style architect, Bruce Price. For anyone interested in the history of Tuxedo Park and Orange County, New York, this print will make a valuable addition to their collection.
This large print includes fine period details, is in the original uncolored state and is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Folio, 16 1/8″ x 11″ overall measurement.
Condition: Right margin slightly uneven from disbinding, couple small ink specks otherwise excellent condition.
Printing type: Woodcut, uncolored, New York, 1895.
Note: This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print. Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.