Church of St Paul the Apostle: New York City

Church of St Paul the Apostle: New York City
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Listening to Handel – Messiah – Hallelujah Chorus

Church of St Paul the Apostle: New York City

These are from our family trip to New York City the summer of 2010.

Whereever I am, I always finding myself looking for interesting architecture and of course New York is a wonderful place to find some of the best.

The Church of St. Paul the Apostle is a substantial Roman Catholic church on Ninth Avenue between 59th and 60th streets, in Manhattan, New York City, New York. It is the mother church of the Paulist Fathers, the first order of Roman Catholic priests founded in the United States.

The Late Gothic Revival-style church was built between 1876-1884 with Tarrytown, New York granite to designs by Jeremiah O'Rourke and the Rev. George Deshon. The building was dedicated on January 25, 1885.[3]

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As a Minnesota based photographer and artist I have been greatly influenced by the Upper Midwest. I focus my skills and energies on portraits, landscapes, cityscapes, architectural and fine art work. My best work comes from images first painted in my mind. I mull over a prospective image for weeks or months, seeing it from different angles and perspectives, then finally deciding what to capture. The result is images that deeply touch people's emotions and powerfully evoke memories and dreams. My images are used commercially by companies and organizations ranging from Financial Services firms, mom and pop Ice Cream shops and The Basilica of St Mary to communicate their shared vision and values. Book and magazine publishers have featured my images on their covers. My photographs also grace and enhance the decor of many fine homes.
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