Lambertville is gorgeous small town in northwest New Jersey. The Lambertville Station building was designed by Thomas Ustick Walter, the prominent Philadelphia architect who designed the north and south wings, and the cast-iron dome of the Capitol in Washington. By the time the station was completed in 1867 the railroad line had already been active from Trenton to Belvidere for over a decade, and the sixty mile long Delaware and Raritan Canal had been moving people and cargo across New Jersey for some thirty three years.

This piece is painted on watercolor paper mounted on cradled birch plywood. 

- Robert Holewinski

Lambertville Station

Oil painting on 140 lb watercolor paper mounted on cradled birch plywood

Signed on front

17" h x 23" w x 1" d
8 lbs. 0 oz.



Robert Holewinski
Charlottesville, Virginia

Getting to Know Robert

Robert Holewinski paints realistic places with his own spin, and also throws in some fictional characters like Shrek. He currently lives in Florida and finds inspiration in the work of artists like Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, Henri Matisse and Paul Cézanne. In his work, and that of others, he enjoys being able to see each brush stroke.