Moody and beautiful, this black and white photograph print shows the steps of Montmartre in Paris…in other words, everyday Parisian beauty. It is from 1988, which is only 4 years after the photographer himself passed away. The print is in very good condition, and is framed in metal, behind glass. It would make a tasteful statement in any room.
28" H x 20" W x 1" D
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