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'Promenade Along the Île Saint-Louis' (circa 1960s)

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SKU 1061

'Promenade Along the Île Saint-Louis' (circa 1960s), oil on canvas, French School. Impressionist in style, the artist brings this quiet and elegant Parisian neighbourhood to life with vibrant colours and atmospheric treatment of light and shade. Strollers enjoy the tree-lined walk along the Seine River in the depiction. Today, an apartment there may cost up to $4 million because the area is one of the most authentic and unaffected 17th-and-18th century neighbourhoods in Paris. In summertime, entertainers perform on the small bridge that connects Île Saint-Louis with Île de la Cité. The large hôtel particuliers (private grand residences) owned by nobles and aristocrats from the 17th and 18th centuries have today become actual hotels in the modern sense of the word. This is without doubt, a charming work of art which would bring a smile to your face every single day. In good vintage condition. Signed but unfortunately illegible. Please view the many accompanying photos with this listing. Upon request a video may be provided.

Dimensions with frame:

H 42 cm / 16.5"

W 37 cm / 14.6"

Dimensions without frame:

H 25.5 cm / 10.0"

W 20.5 cm / 8.1"