Koka: I don’t think there is a 90 degree intersection in the heart of
Paris. Most, like the one depicted, are three, four and five or more
streets intersecting at every conceivable angle. We came across this
intersection on our way to the Fedex office near the Champes d’Elysse.
So here is Boulevard Malesherbes and Rue Boisy d’Anglais the street onto
which the Porsche is turning. There’s actually another street, barely
visible behind the bank called Rue de Serene.
Why this intersection? No particular reason other than it’s attractive, it was completely empty (early February) and I like painting a setting in which I have actually been. I find it easier to capture the feel of the place. I should note that the painting depicts a spring/summer scene because I think that depicting a bunch of people in overcoats wouldn’t be much fun…
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|Image Size||44"w x 34" (110x85cm)|
|Production Details||Giclee on artist grade canvas, UV final varnish|
|Edition details||Full-size canvas reproduction, edition of 10 signed/numbered|
|Shipping Information||Shipped rolled, Includes shipping for Canada ONLY.|
Canvas: Boulevard Malesherbes
- Product Code: CAN137
- Availability: In Stock