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Gaige--Boat House, Sutton Place@2x.jpg
At the time of this painting Sutton Place, on the East River near the Queensboro Bridge, had the reputation of extreme inequality: the wealthy enjoying river views, the poor living in squalid conditions. This "boat house" has the appearance of…

Gaige--Lexington and 35th@2x.jpg
Gaige's title is slightly puzzling, for this seems to be the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation on Madison & 35th. The congregation built a sanctuary at this location 1865; the current structure dates to 1896. About the Artist: Born in Candor,…

Gaige--Queensboro Bridge@2x.jpg
Watercolor by New Deal Gallery artist of bridge crossing the East River near Sutton Place.About the Artist: Born in Candor, NY, Gaige grew up in Binghamton and graduated from the School of Art at Syracuse University. He then moved to New York City…

Gaige - Willow Trees.JPG
Gaige uses just enough visual cues to suggest some depth to his landscape, but its main interest appears to be the play of willow trunks and branches against grass and foliage. The latter, rendered in a limited pallette of colors, nevertheless plays…

Gaige--Pink Cloister.jpg
With the exception of this watercolor's foreground, much of Gaige's composition relies on evocative applications of color hovering above negative space (particularly at upper right). Exotic greenery is set against a carefully penciled arch, while a…

Gaige 002.jpg
Richard Gaige grew up in Binghamton, NY, studied art at Syracuse University, then moved to New York City to pursue an career. Among other things he painted for the Federal Art Project; two of his works are at the New Deal Gallery. A year after…
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