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Paris Café XXXIV, French Landscape Painting

Paris Café XXXIV
Paris Café XXXIV

This cafe, in the Marais district of Paris, was full, inside and outside.  Actually, the entire neighborhood was full of people, mostly young, who seemed to come here to dine and socialize.  The vibrant energy in the air told me that this must be one of the hip places in today's Paris.

See how this painting developed:

Paris Café XXXIV

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Media: Original watercolor on paper
Image Size: 8.25 x 11.5 in.
Mat/Frame: Yes/No
Mat Size: 14 x 18 in. (color: off-white)
Purchase: Sold

Topics: Cafés & Restaurants | French Landscapes | How I Paint | Paris Café | Paris France | Sold Works 



7 Responses to Paris Café XXXIV, French Landscape Painting

theresa miller
via web72 months ago

This is absolutely beautiful! It's so intriguing to see the developmental steps, thank you for showing them!

Keiko Tanabe
via web72 months ago

Hi Theresa, thank you for your comment. I'm glad that you enjoyed it! I do a little 'demo' on my blog from time to time. Please visit again.

via web72 months ago

Thank you so much for letting us follow your working process. Yesterday I found your website and your works impressed me much and I ran through all of your "how I paint" posts. It is pretty hard to follow as distant teacher, but hopefully I'll make something out of your wanderfull style.

Keiko Tanabe
via web72 months ago

It's my pleasure, Alex. Happy painting!

norman favro
via web70 months ago

I am a great admirer of your works. Thanks for sharing some of your steps taken for this beautiful painting. I hope to see more in the furure.

Norm FAvro

Keiko Tanabe
via web70 months ago

Norm, I appreciate very much your kind comment. Please stay tuned as I plan to show more of my painting process here on my blog.

Painters Melbourne
via ktanabefineart.com45 months ago

Wow! excellent paintings .Your paintings in all your blogs are very interesting and i enjoyed seeing all those "Bridges" post. Good job! Please do keep posting!

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