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The first published catalogue of Herbert Katzman's New York City work, Glorious Sky is an accompaniment to the museum's current exhibition displaying more than 80 pieces by the brilliant 20th-century artist. Much of Katzman's work bears a resemblance to the landscapes depicted by Whistler and members of the Hudson River School. Other works emphasize the inky blackness of New York's harbor at night or the glowing colors of its sunrise and sunset. New York's waterways, blanketed in the haze of sunlight, mist, or rain, are a predominant subject for Katzman; while the city's bridges, skyline, and landmarks figure prominently in his work.
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