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July 13, 2021

New Book Offers Detailed Glimpses of What New York City Looked Like Throughout 400 Years


Sasha Vosk’s “400 Years of New York History: A Pictorial Guide” uses photorealism, an exciting technique combining photography, 3-D modeling, and painting, to magically draw in readers.


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BROOKLYN, N.Y., July 13, 2021 — Sasha Vosk, an expert on photorealism, has just released a book:

“400 YEARS OF NEW YORK HISTORY: A PICTORIAL GUIDE — Book 1: NEW YORK as NEW AMSTERDAM in the 1600s”

The book makes readers feel as though they had stepped back in time to experience the sights of New York City’s past in a way that ordinary drawings, diagrams, and photographs could not do.

“Photorealism is a great way to bring history alive,” says Vosk. “Whether you are teaching or learning American history or simply interested in New York’s origins, or if you are planning a visit to this must-see metropolis, ‘400 Years of New York History: A Pictorial Guide’ will become your most welcomed companion.”

The book is already translated into eight languages, representing the first of several cities in his ‘Vosk Time Travel Series.’ The eBook is also available. In addition, one may purchase the paperback edition as well.

Sasha Vosk chose New York to debut the series because of the role the city has played in the country from colonial times until today, its cultural and financial influence, and its popularity as a tourist destination.

• The book reflects:

• Comments about the Book:

The author, Sasha Vosk, is a Brooklyn-based writer, director, and muralist who immigrated to New York 40 years ago from Russia. He has also been a stand-up comic, an Emmy-award-winning film producer (“Billy Crystal: A Midnight Train to Moscow”), Russian cultural festival promoter, and a producer of the Moscow Circus’ worldwide tours. In addition, he is a New York history buff and has more than 30 years of experience using photorealism in illustration and mural work.

Source: Sasha Vosk

|GlobalGiants.Com|


400 YEARS OF NEW YORK HISTORY: A PICTORIAL GUIDE



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