Grand Central Terminal Drawing Pocket Square
Drawing of New York's iconic Grand Central Terminal. This extraordinary builiding is a major hub for millions of people each day. Perfect for newcomers, ex-pats, fans from afar and long-time New York City dwellers alike.
Square Size: Measure approx. 10" x 10".
Fabric: Silky-soft microfiber. It is an extraordinarily fine-weave synthetic silk. (Vegan friendly)
|What's the Story||The sculptural group atop the Terminal was conceived in France, but made in Queens. Craftsmen at the Long Island City workshop of John Donnelly, Eliseo V. Ricci, and William Bradley & Son transformed Jules-Félix Coutan’s quarter-size model into larger-than-life figures. The sculpture features figures from Roman mythology: Mercury, god of travel, flanked by Hercules (left), representing strength, and Minerva (right), goddess of wisdom.|