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Built between 1858 and 1879, the Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in Midtown Manhattan is one of New York City’s most treasured cultural icons. Far from overshadowing the gothic spires of the Cathedral, the looming skyscraper serves as a frame to its priceless work of art. Omnipresent yellow cabs and a New York City bus speed past the world-famous Saks Fifth Avenue. But the highlight of the painting is its human element – the evening strollers, each rendered lovingly in oil.

Built between 1858 and 1879, the Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in Midtown Manhattan is one of New York City’s most treasured cultural icons. Far from overshadowing the gothic spires of the Cathedral, the looming skyscraper serves as a frame to its priceless work of art. Omnipresent yellow cabs and a New York City bus speed past the world-famous Saks Fifth Avenue. But the highlight of the painting is its human element – the evening strollers, each rendered lovingly in oil.

Amazing how trends catch up with what we as a culture already love. The newest trend is an inky, dark, moody look. Of course, we as a Gothic culture have been decorating our abodes like this for ages.

Amazing how trends catch up with what we as a culture already love. The newest trend is an inky, dark, moody look. Of course, we as a Gothic culture have been decorating our abodes like this for ages.

The Guardian UK Covers Goth Life - http://gothic.org/headline/the-guardian-uk-covers-goth-life/ - The Guardian just published an entertaining, if meandering, story on the enduring strength of current Gothic culture. The pop culture piece is done in the partial guise of and interview with Carl McCoy of Fields of the Nephilim on how they manage to keep selling out gigs, but branches out into a...

The Guardian UK Covers Goth Life - http://gothic.org/headline/the-guardian-uk-covers-goth-life/ - The Guardian just published an entertaining, if meandering, story on the enduring strength of current Gothic culture. The pop culture piece is done in the partial guise of and interview with Carl McCoy of Fields of the Nephilim on how they manage to keep selling out gigs, but branches out into a...

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