Our Tugboats East River NYC Winter Fine Art Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee finished archival Epson paper. By Deborah Julian. Signed. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.
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Our Tugboats East River NYC Winter Fine Art Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee finished on museum quality, archival Epson paper. By Deborah Julian. Signed. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.
Printed in Deborah Julian’s workshop from her original photography. Signed on the white border beneath the image or on the reverse.
Prints shipped United States Postal Service. Sealed in clear plastic. Backing prevents bending and wrinkles.
All artwork 100% satisfaction guaranteed. If you’re unhappy with anything about your artwork, full refund or replacement at your discretion.
Along the East River at the peak of winter, tugboats force their way through the ice shield getting a tanker to its destination.
Tugboats break through the East River, packed shore to shore in ice, along the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
As they break through on their way to Hell Gate, the ice swarms back in from shore to shore.
Most New York winters are not this severe, so the sight of these powerful tugs pushing through the ice flow was an exceptional image to capture.
About Tugboats in the East River New York City
The East River is a tidal strait in New York City. It runs between the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens on the west side, and Brooklyn and Staten Island on the east side. The river is about 3.7 miles (6 kilometers) long and about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) wide at its widest point.
The East River is a busy waterway. It is used by many boats, including tugboats. Tugboats are powerful boats that help other boats move in and out of the harbor. They also help to keep the river clean.
The East River has been home to tugboats since the 1800s. Today, more than 200 tugboats are working on the river. They help to move barges, ships, and other boats. They also help to keep the river clean and safe for everyone to use.