New York City abounds with restaurants and cafes. In the area known as "Hell's Kitchen" there is a street known as Restaurant Row on 46th. The fare is about as varied as the world has to offer. This particular setting has Japanese, American, Italian and French bistros sitting adjacent to each other. Like the couple in the setting, one can walk along and find whatever fare one is in the mood for. It's truly a treat for all the senses. This painting is on gallery wrapped canvas with finished white edges. It comes ready to hang.

- Onelio Marrero

A Walk Along Restaurant Row

Oil painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front and back

24" h x 30" w x 1" d
2 lbs. 0 oz.



Onelio Marrero
Rockaway, New Jersey

Getting to Know Onelio

Onelio Marrero paints city scenes of everyday life. In an impressionistic style he captures the romanticism of New York City, the picturesque fountains in Central Park and the wet city streets after a rainy afternoon. His use of warm tones creates a sense of nostalgia and the feeling that you have visited or seen this particular scene before. Onelio will often paint from direct observation, or he will work from a combination of photographs and combine numerous sources into one piece. In this way his work combines reality with fantasy, creating a new story with each painting. His work captures an appreciation for beauty in all of its greatest forms; nature, art, and people.