Artist's description:

Minnewater park in Brugge

part of a larger series exploring the typical landscapes of the north sea in the north of France and Belgium as well, inspired by the famous chanson by Jacques Brel:

Avec la mer du Nord pour dernier terrain vague
Et des vagues de dunes pour arrêter les vagues
(...)
Avec un ciel si bas qu'un canal s'est perdu
Avec un ciel si bas qu'il fait l'humilité
Avec un ciel si gris qu'un canal s'est pendu
Avec un ciel si gris qu'il faut lui pardonner
Avec le vent du nord qui vient s'écarteler
Avec le vent du nord écoutez-le craquer
Le plat pays qui est le mien
Jacques Brel: Le Plat Pays (1962)

this artwork is available in different dimensions, paper, border and signature types according to the way you would like to present it

this artwork is available in different dimensions, paper, border and signature types according to the way you would like to present it. Please feel free to contact the author.

this artwork is printed on very high grade HAHNEMÜHLE Fineart paper « Torchon » (285g/m2) with a white border
signed and numbered on the back

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Hahnemühle fineart paper Torchon (285g/m2); one cm white border

You can't escape the symmetry of life (2018)

$220.15

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