621 Le balcony au coin : an illustration a day from Paris, France

621 Le balcon au coin: 10x15cm: ink and watercolour on archival paper

I love these flowered balconies and the slanted, slated rooftops. I never noticed the flowers in Paris for the first year I lived here. It was cold and grey and I could never understand what direction I was walking because of the white sky.

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521 Les Deux Magots: an illustration a day from Paris, France

a pen and ink illustration of cafe Les Deux Magots in Paris
a pen and ink illustration of cafe Les Deux Magots in Paris
521 Les Deux Magots: 15x10cm: ink and watercolour on archival paper

Les Deux Magots is a classic literary cafe in Paris. It’s in a chic part of town, Saint Germain des Près. If you want to see who’s who, it’s one of the places to go. Right now it’s closed because of the way the government has decided to deal with the big viral problem and the curfew. Normally the tables are outside, packed with every nationality. Whoever thought that cafe’s in Paris would be extinct. Even temporarily.

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421 un citron et demie: an illustration a day from Paris, France

421 un citron et demie : 10x15cm : ink and watercolor on archival paper

This lemon reminds me of the hundreds of food paintings I did of Italian cuisine. I sold every last one of from this series. Often they sold before I could finish them. The cut lemon was a favorite subject.

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221 Des Cheminées Parisiennes : an illustration a day from Paris, France

221 Cheminées Parisiennes : 10×15 : ink and watercolor on archival paper

This building predates Haussmann. It’s easy to see from the architectural style. The chimneys is one clue. Taggers love these chimneys because they are like a canvas.

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