She loves this place and takes her afternoon cafe every weekday around 3pm - a time for reflection and imagination...
...and if you're wondering whether or not I had forgottoen her chair, don't worry ;) In preliminary sketches, i often try different versions before coming up with the eventual image. Somehow, the chair seemed to distract from what I see as the iconic image I have played on here, so I simplified. A beautiful black dress, a cup of coffee and a rose. Ahhh...
This is a print of my original ACEO, which was hand-painted onto a 1972, French vintage book page from "Les Liaisons Dangereuses", originally written in 1782 by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos.
This print has come out beautifully! I wasn't sure if she could take being blown up to four times her original ACEO size, but she SO can!
Printed in archival quality Epson Durabrite Ultra ink onto archival quality (said to last 200 years in an album!) Epson Archival Matte Paper. Water resistant and acid free :)
Your print will arrive withut the watermark ;)
The image measures 7" x 5".
Your print will be carefully packaged and mailed flat.
Thank you for looking.