Title: "Bourdonnais et Rapp"
by Jay Koka, © 2019
44”w x 34”, acrylic on canvas, private collection
First the 2018 painting <a href="originals-2018.html#mars" target="_top">"Pres de Champ de Mars"</a> ("Near the Champ de Mars") featured a wonderful cul de sac that ends at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. And now, just a few blocks up the Avenue de la Bourdonnais is the latest work "Bourdonnais et Rapp" featuring a typical Paris cafe/bistro located on Avenue de la Bourdonnais at the intersection with Avenue Rapp. Don't bother looking for yourself if you happened to be at the cafe that February 12th morning: all of the patrons are "made up" (except for the waiters) and tables have been moved around to suit the painting. The magnificent 1938 Delahaye 135MS Teardrop Coupe is parked in the "LIVRAISON" zone, and, like the patrons has probably never been there... but... it is at home where it belongs: in front of a cafe in Paris, France. The elegant and sensuous Figoni and Falaschi body mirrors the architecture of the cafe and the neighborhood.
It just looks right. Includes shipping for Canada ONLY
|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: Bourdonnais et Rapp
- Product Code: CAN132
- Availability: In Stock