Following on from the previous post, we have more Art from Paris. We would love to say 'Made in Paris'; but, whilst it was dreamt of in Paris and the image captured there too, it was only so many 1s and 0s until we put pigment on paper here at LCA HQ, so we can't. Sigh. You may feel you have see the subject once or twice before - we hope not quite like this though.
Stark, foreboding, and with a sky likely heading toward the stormy (if the umbrella's in the foreground is any indication), here is a silhouette of the Eiffel Tower.
It has the honour of also being the first square format piece of Art we have offered for sale, and we think it will absolutely rock as a counterpoint on a painted feature wall, or (given its strong vertical lines) on a wallpaper with a bold pattern (We should have switched out the picture from the previous location, location, location post, not that your humble author thinks of it — to do list duly extended)*.
Of course, black and white is not for everyone, so Ciaran O'Gallagher has also created a landscape/portrait pair with a classic blue/orange contrast running across the background.
Public service announcement: If you are considering these (or indeed any other colour Art) to match existing decor please, for the love of all that is good in the world - and to save you anguish and gnashing of teeth, order a sample first. We cannot guarantee the colour fidelity of your computer/phone/tablet screen.
This is the part of the blog where we usually suggest you buy all the Art we've just shown you. Not today - that's a lot of wrought iron lattice in silhouette. One is enough.
*We also think it would look just fine on the stark walls of the National Gallery, but that might possibly just be a tad presumptuous.