About this Work of Art ~
was created in 1965 by Laszlo Tar. The scene is an early
Spring view of the small sailboat pond (actually named
Conservatory Water) in historic Central Park, New York.
Mr. Tar loved to
and draw in Central Park and throughout New
He would take his family to the park on weekends to play at and
near this wonderful and romantic spot. On this
day, he found perfect setting that will have special
meaning to anyone who has ever visited Central Park and set sail
at Sailboat Pond.
Detail of Artwork -
original is a watercolor and gouache painting created
on Italian Fabriano Artistico paper.
Drawings by Michelangelo and Raphael executed on papers
from Fabriano still hang in museums and are a testament
to the quality of Fabriano paper. This very fine paper
has the watermark "C.M.
FABRIANO - 100/100 COTTON" along both edges and when
visible on the original painting, these watermarks are
also clearly evident on our print images. Paper watermarks
are used as date reference points by historians, collectors
and appraisers and because our prints are exact replicas
of the original work, the visible watermarks on the
original are also reproduced on the print. Mr. Tar
primarily used two types of paper for his original
watercolors. One is Fabriano Artistico (Italian) and
the other is Arches (French). Both manufacturers include watermarks on
Click here to read more about Watermarks.
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