Coat of arms of New York
|Use||Civil and state flag|
|Adopted||April 2, 1901|
|Variant flag of State of New York|
|Name||Flag of the Governor of New York|
The shield displays a masted ship and a sloop on the Hudson River (symbols of inland and foreign commerce), bordered by a grassy shore and a mountain range in the background with the sun rising behind it. The unheraldic nature of the Hudson River landscape reveals the modern origin of the design.