Night Light Cornoyer's "Plaza after Rain"
Nightlight featuring the Museum’s painting, “The Plaza After the Rain,” 1908 by Paul Cornoyer (American, 1864-1923). In this painting of a plaza in New York City, Cornoyer seizes the exact moment when the rain slows to a light drizzle, capturing the mood of the city after a storm. Residents finally close their umbrellas and walk along the still-wet pavement, which is marked by the occasional puddle. The fading light, cloudy sky, and mist still hanging in the air communicate a stillness and calm. Cornoyer gives the viewer a sense of the everyday moments of quiet beauty in the life of a city dweller.

Glass front, rotating base to fit any outlet, gift box.

Item #042370