Street painting

Sun-baked asphalt and hard concrete sidewalks: They are Jay Schwartz's preferred canvases.

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Jay Schwartz enjoys a 2005 street-painting festival in Italy, where he replicated a work by Giulio Romano, a prominent Italian painter during the 1500s.
By Amy Haimerl

LAST UPDATE: May 27 2008 | 12:19 PM ET
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