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The White Oaks by Joseph O. Holmes (pictured with frame)
Prospect Park in winter is a favorite subject of Brooklyn photographer Joseph O. Holmes. He sets out with a camera after a heavy snowfall in search of an approximation of the snowy Pennsylvania hills he trudged through as a child. Starting at $60
Artist and illustrator Jane Mount has been drawing the real-life and imaginary bookshelves of friends, family, and commissions for years. (Her new book My Ideal Bookshelf, a very hot gift this year, is a compilation of the bookshelves of 100 leading cultural figures.) She recently relocated to Los Angeles, but this print is an homage to her former home, New York City. Starting at $60.
Animal Locomotion: Plate 44 (Man Taking Off Hat) by Eadweard Muybridge (pictured with frame)
British-born Eadweard Muybridge, who emigrated to the United States in the 1850s, is one of the most influential photographers of all time. Works as diverse as Marcel Duchamp’s painting Nude Descending a Staircase to The Matrix all bear traces of world-famous images of animals and humans in motion, like this one. Starting at $60.
Brooklyn photographer Youngna Park has an eye for the intersection of everyday objects and the natural world, and Balloons (Midtown, Manhattan) is part of a series of these inadvertently beautiful meetings. Starting at $60.
Like so many of us, Canadian-turned-Brooklynite Kevin Cyr is attracted to the urban industrial landscape. In this series, he commemorates graffitied, rusted commercial vans and trucks by removing them from their everyday context, and giving them portrait-like importance. Starting at $60.
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