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While noshing at the Brooklyn Heights Italian restaurant Noodle Pudding, don’t miss painter Charles Murphy’s ongoing series of cityscapes, "New York/Brooklyn Impressions," on display through Feb. 6.

The oil-on-linen works include "Winter Light," a wintry view of DUMBO’s Washington Street and the Manhattan Bridge. There are also three limited-edition giclees, high-quality inkjet prints executed by a master art printer.

The 70-year-old Murphy is a Manhattan resident but maintains a second studio in Brooklyn Heights, because he spends so much time painting in the neighborhood.

"New York/Brooklyn Impressions" is on view during restaurant hours of operation: Tuesday through Thursday, 5:30­10:30 pm; Friday and Saturday, 5:30-11 pm; and Sunday, 5-10 pm. Closed Mondays.

Noodle Pudding is located at 38 Henry St., between Cranberry and Middagh streets. For more information, call (718) 625-3737.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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