A Chagall at the Philipse Manor train station? (See the art here, too)


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For those of you who made bets on whether you saw a Chagall or a Tiffany at the Philipse Manor train station, you’re both wrong. Pleasantville-born artist Joseph Cavalieri was commissioned by the MTA Arts For Transit program to create stained-glass panels for its Philipse Manor Hudson Line Metro-North station, as part of the MTA’s efforts to rehabilitate its commuter rail stations. Cavalieri’s works are now installed at the station.

Preview his handicraft here.
 

 

 

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