I particularly remember several ads in the Saturday Evening Post, each one had three wide paintings showing various aspects of city life (two of them are shown above) and I was always amazed at the amount of detail in them. Other ads used one square painting frequently with a bird’s-eye view of a part of the city. Evers was known as a maritime painter who had the knack of painting very realistic sea and waves so he seemed the obvious choice for these cityscapes crammed with detail. His dock scenes work really well.
I don’t know how many paintings Evers created for the PEC but years later I still think these are wonderful works of art and I’ve always wondered where they are now.