Medium: Oil on canvas

Signature: Signed upper right, inscribed lower right


39 x 45 inches, framed


"The frequent snowfalls that winter made Paris seem more paintable than ever. There was an embarras du choix of fascinating street scenes. The snow swirling through the trees and the blurred figures of passerby gave an entirely new note to familiar corners and brought out unsuspected values in often studied scenes." - Abel Warshawsky

Type of Work: Paintings

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