Artist's description:

This work depicts a row of buildings in the Flemish city of Lille, in Northern France. The scene is near the station, a place of coming and going, of transience. In this cold anonymity, in the hours to kill before leaving or settling in, when the streets are wet and dark, there are place to sit and eat, places of warm, fuggy shelter. Here are comforting pots of mussels and salty, hot chips. Beer and wine that add cheer. This work is painstaking in detail, and is both striking and satisfying. It is 0.4" deep so it can hang without the need for framing if wished.

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Lille, Beer, Chips, Mussels (2018)


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This artwork is sold by Andrew Reid Wildman from France

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