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Hoboken Chronicles: A Stroll Down Washington Street (Gallery Canvas Wraps)

Hoboken Chronicles: A Stroll Down Washington Street (Gallery Canvas Wraps)

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Introducing "Hoboken Chronicles," a canvas print that encapsulates the vibrant essence of Washington Street in Hoboken, New Jersey. This isn't just a painting; it's a time capsule. It's a snapshot of the street's eclectic architecture, the leafy trees offering respite from the sun, and the casual passersby going about their day. It's a tribute to the everyday life that makes Hoboken so unique.


Rendered in a realistic style, the artwork captures the contrasting buildings—some old and brick, others modern and glassy. The sunlight, streaming in from the right, adds depth and realism, making the painting almost as inviting as the street itself. It's like the canvas is saying, "Remember those weekends you spent here? Yeah, they were pretty awesome."


Taken on June 16th, 2021


Product Features:

  • Material: Crafted from 100% premium cotton fabric canvas, because memories this vivid deserve a top-notch canvas.
  • Frame: Built with a robust poplar wood frame available in walnut or black finish, as enduring as your fond memories of Hoboken.
  • Quality: Exceptional image clarity and detail, ensuring every building and tree is as you remember it.
  • Note: Strictly for indoor use. This canvas is too precious to be exposed to the New Jersey elements.


  7" x 5" 18″ x 12″ 24″ x 16″ 30″ x 20″ 36″ x 24″ 48″ x 32″
Canvas width, in 7.00 18.00 24.00 30.00 36.00 48.00
Canvas height, in 5.00 12.00 16.00 20.00 24.00 32.00
Canvas depth, in 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25
Frame width, in 8.25 19.25 25.25 31.25 37.25 49.25
Frame height, in 6.25 13.25 17.25 21.25 25.25 33.25
Frame depth, in 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75


Fun Fact: Did you know that Hoboken is considered the birthplace of baseball? The first recorded game was played there in 1846. So, not only is it a charming city, but it's also a part of sports history. How's that for a conversation starter?

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