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d'ART ID#: 130889
Length: 28.00 IN (71.12 cm)
Height: 19.50 IN (49.53 cm)
Depth: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created: 0
Media Types:
Paper , Reproduction
Style & Subject:
Cityscape , Realism , Regional
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Louis Robichaud
Louis Robichaud
Limited Edition Prints - US $144.00

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"Horticulteurs" by Louis Robichaud

A Limited Edition Giclee on Paper
Paper size: 28 x 19.5
Image size: 24 x 15.5

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Louis Robichaud

Born in Montreal, Canada, Louis Robichaud remodels in his own way the face of the cities and towns he paints by combining different elements gathered during his excursions and his reserch in archives. Behind the relism and masterful composition showing us his virtuosity, Robichaud's painting reveals an affextion for the places they illustrate and invite us to discover him.

Louis Robichaud beckons us into his world, sometimes imaginary, sometimes real and always full of light and nostalgia. These urban scenes, composed with great meticulousness and an obvious concern for detail, illustrate both present and past. Full of charm, his paintings emphasize the importance of the urban architectureal heritage in the life of city dwellers and of their pride.

The picturesque places and the spirit of the people are subtly brought out in the various shop window, signs and inscriptions that animate the work. The human presence therefore very real although no person is portrayed

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