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"One always begins to forgive a place as soon as it's left behind." - Charles Dickens

A traveler fades to black, leaving behind winding paths of cobblestones in the street. Inspired by one of my favorite places to visit, and to leave, and to revisit in Paris.

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MEDIUM: fine art print
SIZE: 13x19 inches with white border
PAPER: Heavy, premium 270 gsm archival paper
FINISH: Matte, slightly textured

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Literary Quotes Poster “Charles Dickens” Quote, Black and White Art Illustration, Large Wall Art Prints, Typography Print, Literary Gift

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