McSorley's Old Ale House of New York signed prints
McSorley's Old Ale House. The granddaddy of New York's Irish bars, has been hunkered down on East 7th Street since the 1850's, through thick and thin, prohibition and beyond. The great New Yorker writer Joe Mitchell waxed all poetical on the ancient splendor of McSorley's way back in 1940, and now it's got 80 more years under its belt. THAT'S how old, so put that in yer pipe and smoke it.
This image is featured in my book Bars, Taverns and Dives New Yorkers Love, available here.
The artwork is available in three sizes:
• As an 8" by 10" signed digital print on Fine Art Bright White 100% cotton rag acid-free, archival 230 gsm paper.
• As a 9" by 12" signed digital print on Fine Art Bright White 100% cotton rag acid-free, archival 230 gsm paper.
• As a handmade, three color print silkscreened on 16" by 20" heavyweight archival, acid-free paper made by the French Paper Company of Niles, Mich., each one signed and numbered as part of a limited edition of 100. This option also comes in a thin, black frame (for New York City pickup only).
All sizes are perfect size for a standard frame.
Prints will ship in a sturdy flat mailer free of charge in the USA.