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A French artist in London...

Our trip to London was simply fantastic. Marie-Dominique, my sweet wife is fallen in love for this city and we have now only one idea... Back to London as soon as possible !! ;-)
Our trip begins by the visit of Saint-Malo, the famous city of corsairs. The old quarter with its ramparts is perfectly preserved and you can visit them with Google maps on this link.

We left Saint-Malo and slept in the ferry to be in London just in time to see the changing of the guard a Buckimgham palace.

Florence (my doughter) and Marie-Dominique were very happy to begin our first day like this. The architecture in London is simply splendid and every corner you are amazed at what you can discover as here, the Russell Hotel.

We immediately visited the British Museum because it was near our hotel. Unlike in France, all museums are free in London and it was really fantastic to see these pieces in person as in our history books like the "Rosette stone" which was deciphered by Champollion.

We gave al…

Red apple on book with chess

Oil on canvas board - 4.8 x 4.8 inches
Framed - Painting n°1934
Sold - USA

Strawberries in sauceboat

Oil on gessoed MDF panel - 8 x 8 inches
Painting n°1932

Sold - United Kingdom