New York's Golden Age of Bridges

New York's Golden Age of Bridges

In New York’s Golden Age of Bridges, artist Antonio Masi teams up with writer and New York City historian Joan Marans Dim to offer a multidimensional exploration of New York City’s nine major bridges, their artistic and cultural underpinnings, and their impact worldwide. The tale of New York City’s bridges begins in 1883, when the Brooklyn Bridge rose majestically over the East River, signaling the start of America’s “Golden Age” of bridge building. The… (more)

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Publisher: Empire State Editions (January 01, 2013)

Page count: 140 pages

Language: English


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