Realist Laura Shechter's cityscapes are even more detailed and constructed than her photographs on which the paintings are based . These New York City urban scenes are very realistic in their depiction of atmosphere and color and present an intriguing counterpoint to Shechter's carefully choreographed, airless still lifes. Click detail to see why Laura Shechter's style is referred to as "meticulous realism"--and for the source of the painting's title.|
Laura Shechter is represented in collections including: Albright Knox Gallery (Buffalo), Art Institute of Chicago, Brooklyn Museum, National Museum of American Art (DC), National Academy Museum (NY) and Arkansas Art Center. Visit Laura Shechter's Brooklyn studio. View more Laura Shechter works for sale at Biddington's.