Rue Victor Hugo, Sarlat

$320.00

Freehand ink drawing by Dai Wynn on 300 gsm Arches paper. 29.7cm high by 42cm wide by 0.1cm deep approximately.

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Description

Freehand ink sketch of the café on the corner of rue Victor Hugo and rue des Mazels, Sarlat-la-Canéda, France. As the sign on the awning says, “Bar, Tabac, Presse – Alcohol, Smokes and Newspapers”. Sarlat is the gateway to the Périgord Noir and the châteaux, fortresses, caves, and medieval villages along the Dordogne River. Sarlat is rightly famous for its old town centre, meticulously preserved and a bustling tourist hub. Dai Wynn drew this view from a photograph he took while staying in the town. The difficulty of removing camera lens distortion while retaining perspective is evident here. 29.7cm high by 42cm wide by 0.1cm deep approximately.

Additional information

Weight .5 kg
Dimensions 42 × 29.7 × 0.1 cm