The 1983 Brooklyn Bridge Centennial by Milton Bond was created in 1984, in colorful reverse glass. Including frame it is 22x28. The late Bond is also part of major collections including the Grand Palais in Paris, the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of American Folk Art in Manhattan, the Rousseau Museum in Paris and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Santa Barbara, Calif. Said The New York Times, "He entertained many careers, first helping his father, Capt. Ashabel Bond, who owned commercial sailing and oystering vessels. Then Mr. Bond sailed his own oyster boat for a year, and during the World War II worked as a tool maker for the largest munitions factory in the world, Remington Arms in Bridgeport. Following that, while employed by a real estate company, he ultimately drew inspiration from his older sister who was taking a class in reverse painting; he met with quick success. Click for others.