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Street in Louviers, France (2010)

This is a street in Louviers, France. It used to be a cloth making and dyeing center in the Middle Ages. Many of the buildings were made with colombage (brick between timbers). Most of those buildings were destroyed during the terrible conflict following the D-Day invasion. This little street survived intact. We were in Normandy attending our son's marriage to his French girlfriend.

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Gail Caduff-Nash 12 Jul 2011

wow, big chunky colors and shapes. what fun.

Rusty Woodward-Gladdish 14 Mar 2011

Bonjour David and Nicole! Lovely to see you are busy producing your amazing paintings. This one reminds us iof our stay in Auchy Les Hesdin in the Pas de Calais region. Brilliant artwork!

Bernhard Mueller 04 Jan 2011

Your technique is brilliant and unique. Your art work is decorative.

Nira Dabush 21 Dec 2010

JUST FANTASTIC, DAVID.. EXCELLENT COLOUR USE IN GREAT TEXTURES..

Olga van Dijk 20 Dec 2010

Congratulations David!! Your work is amazing and i totally LOVE your style!