Honfleur is so enchanting that people often forget it was originally built for trade. The harbour was chosen for its strategic location on the southern bank of the Seine estuary. Honfleur takes particular pride in its Impressionist roots – Claude Monet’s mentor Eugène Boudin was born in the town, and Monet and his contemporaries would often set up their easels at the Ferme Saint-Siméon on the hill above Honfleur, to capture the beautiful light of the Seine estuary.
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Fine Art Limited Edition on canvas signed by the artist.
The canvas is bonded to micron board and varnished therefore no glazing is required.
Floated on mountboard with 5cm shadow gap and framed in an off white box frame
Image size 37.5cm x 50cm Framed size 41.5cm x 64cm
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