Art Deco architectural style in Manhattan, New York City, around 1910–1939: Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Lefcourt Colonial Building, Fuller Building and more. (information from www.wikipedia.org, www.amnh.org and a book "New York Deco" by Berenholtz). More photos of New York: https://www.aeyphoto.com/By-Location/USA/NEW-YORK-CITY
The Crown with lighting of the Chrysler Building.
Twilight at the Chrysler Building view from the Empire State Building.
The Eagles at the 61st floor, Chrysler Building.
One of the Radiator Cap–Themed Ornaments, Chrysler Building.
The Empire State Building, One World Trade Center and the Cityscape of Manhattan, New York.
The observation floor at the 86th and 102nd floor of the Empire State building.
Aluminum relief at the lobby of the Empire State building.
Details of the relief at the lobby of the Empire State building.
Lighting and the interior decoration of the Empire State building.
Paramount Building, 1501 Broadway, view from the Rockefeller Center.
Hard Rock Cafe at Paramount Building, 1501 Broadway.
Sculpture of two workers and the skyline of New York at the entrance of the Fuller Building, East 57th Street, Manhattan, New York.
An Art Deco Eagle at the entrance of the Fuller Building.
Lefcourt Colonial Building 295 Madison Avenue, view from the Empire State Building.
Details of the facade of the General Electric Building, 570 Lexington Avenue, New York
Fred F. French Building, 551 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, New York. The Rising Sun, Winged Lions and Beehives.
Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda's North Mural Painting: the building of the Panama Canal, Roosevelt is conferring with Chief Engineer John F. Stevens.
Rockefeller Center's Entrance, Wisdom and Knowledge shall be the stability of thy times.