Tony Winters paints the view from the northernmost tip of Manhattan.

New York-based painter Tony Winters stole a morning away from his architectural work to paint the confluence of the Harlem and the Hudson rivers, at the tip of Manhattan. 

The area is known as Spuyten Duyvil — Dutch for devil’s spout — but Winters managed to avoid all obstacles and get down a good painting. “This spot is a good workout for painting water because the tides are changing and the Circle Line boats are making waves the whole time,” comments Winters. “And it goes from mud flats to open water in less than an hour.”


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