721 Parisian facades: An illustration a day from the French Riviera

721 Parisian facades: 10×15 cm pen and ink, watercolour on archival paper

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These Haussmannian buildings are on Avenue Ternes in the 17th arrondissement. Angie drew them while on her lunch break from teaching English in the Parisian primary schools.

621: Toulon place de la gare: An illustration a day from the French Riviera

621 Toulon Place de la Gare: 10×15 cm pen and ink, watercolour on archival paper

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The facades in the South of France are colourful. The sky is almost always blue. This building is right in front of the train station.

521 Toits de Paris: An illustration a day from the French Riviera

521 Toits de Paris: 10×15 cm pen and ink, watercolour on archival paper

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The tin on the Haussmanian buildings in Paris reflects the day’s mood. If the sun is shining the rooftops can be blindingly white. At sunset they reflect the lovely pink sky. This day was the typical Parisian day. Sort of grey, sort of blue. Maybe I should call it blazé blue. This building is in the 17th arrondissement on the corner of rue Guersant and boulevard Pereire. Angie used to take her lunch break in the park there when she was teaching English in a huge school.

124 Morceau Frasier: An illustration a day from the French Riviera

124 Morceau Frasier: 10×15 cm pen and ink, watercolour on archival paper

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The Fraisier is the most luscious French Pastry. It’s filled with mouthwatering vanilla cream and stuffed with fresh strawberries. You can enjoy this forever with your coffee and it’s calorie free.

1921 Le Tabac rue de la Clef : an illustration a day from Paris, France

ink and watercolor illustrations of buildings in paris
ink and watercolor illustrations of buildings in paris
1921 Le Tabac rue de la Clef : 10x15cm ink and watercolour on archival paper

The Tabac is a French institution. And that goofy sign is the copy of a metro ticket. You know song Le Poinçonneur des Lilas by Serge Gainsbourg? He is also a French institution. I love him because he’s was an iconoclast. We need more iconoclasts in this world. What does he have to do with metro tickets? If you go to his gravestone in the Montparnasse cemetery you’ll see its covered with metro tickets because of this song.

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1821 La Porte Parisienne Bleue Ciel : an illustration a day from Paris, France

Ink and watercolor illustrations of buildings in paris
Ink and watercolor illustrations of buildings in paris
1821 Porte Parisienne Bleue Ciel : 10×15 ink and watercolour on archival paper

This eggshell blue door is on boulevard Perèire in the 17th. Its just oustide the RERC Metro stop. The cat wasn’t there. Not many stray cats in Paris

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1721 La Fenêtre Parisien : an illustration a day from Paris, France

ink and watercolor illustrations of buildings in paris
ink and watercolor illustrations of buildings in paris
1721 La Fenêtre Parisien : ink and watercolour on archival paper

Rue Geursant has some of the most beautiful buildings in Paris. The stone is dreamy-creamy luxurious. The buildings are relaxed, the windows are spread apart.

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1621 Macarons Français (Happy Valentine’s Day): an illustration a day from Paris, France

Ink and watercolor illustrations of French macarons in paris
Ink and watercolor illustrations of French macarons in paris
1621 Macarons Francais : 10×15 watercolour on archival paper

Happy Valentine’s Day. It’s been far too long. I got overloaded with lots of painting work and that is very exciting but what about you I haven’t abandoned you? Did you get a Parisian Macaron for Valentines day? I didn’t either. This one’s for you.

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