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Woodstock
United States
RealPeople2020
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Real People
Old Courthouse Arts Center celebrates its 20th Anniversary of Real People, an international exhibition honoring art via faces and figures.
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Artist: Bob Soltys

Item title: Brasserie de Isle Saint-Louis

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: W:14 H:11 in

Material: Gelatin Photography

Producing date: 2020

Item price: 450 USD

Item description:
My love of photography began when I read The Eye of Eisenstaedt. Shortly after that, my aunts gave me a camera for Christmas. In 2007, I spent ten days photographing in Paris, and saw that Parisians have truly mastered the elegance of the joie de vivre. Their love for life and living it to the fullest call me to return to Paris again and again. I make photos in Paris to inspire understanding that we are all one, and to give back to the city that forever changed my photography and my life. My share of the proceeds from the sale of my Paris fine art images is donated to charities in Paris, including Secours Populaire Français.
Biafarin Artwork Code: AW127673936

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Item Ref.: 37281 via RealPeople2020

Artist: Bob Soltys

Item title: Brasserie de Isle Saint-Louis

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: W:14 H:11 in

Material: Gelatin Photography

Producing date: 2020

Item price: 450 USD

Item description:
My love of photography began when I read The Eye of Eisenstaedt. Shortly after that, my aunts gave me a camera for Christmas. In 2007, I spent ten days photographing in Paris, and saw that Parisians have truly mastered the elegance of the joie de vivre. Their love for life and living it to the fullest call me to return to Paris again and again. I make photos in Paris to inspire understanding that we are all one, and to give back to the city that forever changed my photography and my life. My share of the proceeds from the sale of my Paris fine art images is donated to charities in Paris, including Secours Populaire Français.
Biafarin Artwork Code: AW127673936

 
 
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Item Ref.: 37281 via RealPeople2020

Artist: Bob Soltys

Item title: Brasserie de Isle Saint-Louis

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: W:14 H:11 in

Material: Gelatin Photography

Producing date: 2020

Item price: 450 USD

Item description:
My love of photography began when I read The Eye of Eisenstaedt. Shortly after that, my aunts gave me a camera for Christmas. In 2007, I spent ten days photographing in Paris, and saw that Parisians have truly mastered the elegance of the joie de vivre. Their love for life and living it to the fullest call me to return to Paris again and again. I make photos in Paris to inspire understanding that we are all one, and to give back to the city that forever changed my photography and my life. My share of the proceeds from the sale of my Paris fine art images is donated to charities in Paris, including Secours Populaire Français.
Biafarin Artwork Code: AW127673936

Item Ref. 37281 - 450 USD
Money back guarantee
Secure payment
 
               
      
Item Ref. 37281 - 450 USD
Money back guarantee
Secure payment
Buy in 3 steps
  • Buyer asks for availability and shipping costs
  • Vendor confirms availability and prices
  • Buyer places order

Item Ref.: 37281 via RealPeople2020

Artist: Bob Soltys

Item title: Brasserie de Isle Saint-Louis

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: W:14 H:11 in

Material: Gelatin Photography

Producing date: 2020

Item price: 450 USD

Item description:
My love of photography began when I read The Eye of Eisenstaedt. Shortly after that, my aunts gave me a camera for Christmas. In 2007, I spent ten days photographing in Paris, and saw that Parisians have truly mastered the elegance of the joie de vivre. Their love for life and living it to the fullest call me to return to Paris again and again. I make photos in Paris to inspire understanding that we are all one, and to give back to the city that forever changed my photography and my life. My share of the proceeds from the sale of my Paris fine art images is donated to charities in Paris, including Secours Populaire Français.
Biafarin Artwork Code: AW127673936

 

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