Notre Dame in Romantic Paris

Oil watercolor painting on canvas, the island de la Cite.

Would you like to add some relaxed and romantic look to your room. This original art “Paris Notre Dame on the island de la Cite. Romantic city” will accommodate your needs.
Our great Seine river cruise by boat showed very different Paris, which you never see during walks on the quays. Visiting the most famous places- the Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower, d’Orsay Museum and the Louvre . Pont de l’Archevêché (Archbishop’s Bridge) that leads from the back side of Notre-Dame (Ile de la Cité) to the Latin quarter. It seems to me that it is a more “real” bridge of lovers with locks of love. The painting is done in the way of Modular art or a polyptych, which is divided into five sections. 30 x 15. Bright original oil painting, impressionism style, size 30″ x 15″, 76 cm x 38 cm


#goodmood paintings. Watercolour paintings. Art and Travel

Actually, the origins of modular paintings are from the ancient world, they were used in the homes of ancient Greece and Rome. The great thing is that the image elements combined one storyline, color scheme and method of painting. The originality of this stuff creates a feeling of moving images from one element to another that shows the picture to be alive and three-dimensional. This element of the Interior is able to give a room exclusivity and make it more modern. It could be used as all five parts together or separately showing the whole picture or small 5 stories about the City of Love.

Paris modern home decor. This print makes the perfect gift for Europe’s lovers. Now available in 3 sizes. Fine art print of original watercolour painting. Ultra smooth,non-glare,heavy weight paper for long lasting and professional paper, smudge resistant, water resistant, fade resistant.frame is not included


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