Buy Greenwich Village Poster Artwork Piece

This digital artwork, Greenwich Village Poster of the Cherry Lane Theater is a place that I find very cozy and charming in NYC. Take a peek!


Greenwich Village Poster

The Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce Street, Greenwich Village in Lower Manhattan, is New York City’s oldest continuously running off-Broadway plays. The Main Stage has 179 seats and Studio has 60.

The spot used to be a farm silo, then warehouse and factory, and was transformed into a theater by the vision of Edna St. Vincent Millay and other members of the Provincetown Players in 1924.

greenwich village poster


Giclée prints of this lovely scene are available here at



or at PIXELS.COM where you can browse over 200 creations in my profile, and also other artists.

One of the first art pieces I bought in New York City was a Greenwich Village Poster. Wouldn’t take much time to create one of my own.



“Cherry Lane Theater print by Caito Junqueira.   Prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee a long lifetime.  All prints include white borders around the image to allow better framing and matting.”


Greenwich Village Poster

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Greenwich Village Poster - Cherry Lane Theater Book Cover Greenwich Village Poster - Cherry Lane Theater
New York
C Junqueira
cityscapes - Fine Art America
April 23rd, 2015
Caio Junqueira Netto Junior - Caito Junqueira
Digital Art
20cm x 17cm to 152cm x 123cm
$20.35 to $293.74
roled on tube (other options available)
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8 thoughts on “Buy Greenwich Village Poster Artwork Piece

  • September 26, 2016 at 1:30 am

    Hi Caito,
    Beautiful and colourful poster. I visited your shop​ and browsed through your paintings. I love the one of the Bison​ with the shades of colour on the shoulders and back. It looks like it is glistening. Your nature and scene​ work really gives me a sense of peace and calming. Thank you and will pass on to my wife as she is the decorator in our house. I am sure she will love your collection. Thanks, John.

    • October 3, 2016 at 1:51 pm

      Hello, John,

      Thanks for the kind words and support. I hope she likes it too. Cheers!

  • September 11, 2016 at 9:37 pm

    Hello, Owain,

    Print may range from 20cm x 17cm to 152cm x 123cm.

    Thanks fo sharing your kind words.


  • September 7, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    That poster is absolutely beautiful. I literally have not seen something like that that takes my breath away.

    I just checked your shop and see you have more prints that are really lovely. Tell me, what size are those prints?

    I would like one to put on one of my walls in my house. It would definitely brighten the place up.

  • March 9, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    Wow! What a beautiful poster. I had never heard of Cherry Lane Theatre. I absolutely love theatres. The older they are, the more I love them. It’s almost like they have a sole and a beautiful story to tell. Broadway is awesome! I love what you have created and you have given to urge to visit this theatre. Thank you!

    • March 9, 2016 at 8:46 pm

      Hello, SJB,

      Thank you for you gentle remarks. I had never heard of Cherry Lane before I went there with a friend. Unfortunately it was just a for stroll around and take some pictures. Tickets were sold out when I was there. I can’t remember the name of the play, but do remember missing the opportunity. Maybe next time.

      Have a nice trip!! 😛


  • February 19, 2016 at 10:45 am

    Hi Caito,

    Spectacular painting, I like your use of purple and red contrasting with the green tree leaves.
    I’ve never been to NYC but this certainly looks like an interesting and historic place to go when I finally do get there.
    What style of painting would you describe your art as?
    – Luke

    • February 19, 2016 at 11:24 am

      Hello, Luke,

      Thank you for your kind words. I do have concerns like those kinds of contrast, especially when trying to set a “Center of Interest”. You are right; NYC has many interesting historic corners to explore. You never get tired of them

      I exercise the audacity of calling it Digital Impressionism, because I am an admirer of the classic impressionists like Renoir and Monet. But I wouldn’t dare to compare myself to those masters, tho.

      Do you have any acquaintance with Impressionism?


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