Category: Sea life (Page 1 of 2)

A romantic getaway

Watercolour / Black stone / Gouache – 8,66 x 6,10 inch – Unique work

Pascal is madly in love with his wife Veronique. For their 20 years wedding anniversary, he had a tremendous idea. His children would willingly add “for a change! “. Probably not quite creative but he knows from a reliable source, his mother-in-law, that it’s her life’s dream: Venice! Visit the city before the water has drowned it.

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The old man with a cane

Watercolour / Black stone / Gouache – 6,10 x 8,66 inch – Unique work

For her 40th bithday, Maud, recently divorced, decided to go to Venice with Geraldine, her 7-year-old daughter for a few days.

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The fishing port at the end of the world

Watercolor – Black stone – 6,10 x 8,66 inch – Unique work

What if I took you to a unique, isolated and tremendous place? I would like to share a secret.

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Watercolor / Black stone – 6,10 x 8,66 inch – Unique work

Georges and Claire just got married. What’ could be more romantic than a cruise in Scotland?

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Calm out of chaos

Inspired by Johan Barthold Jongkind (1819-1891) – The harbour of Honfleur, low tide, with boats stranded on the sand (September 12, 1864) – 4,37 x 6,81 inch

It’s the story of four boys, wind-swept hair, just eighteen, a Saturday night on earth.

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The world’s end beach

Inspired by Johan Barthold Jongkind (1819-1891) – Beach of Sainte-Adresse (1863) – Watercolour / Black stone – 4,37 x 8,15 inch

Andreas wants to surprise Alicia for her fifteenth birthday. They are childhood friends, vacation friends.

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Mommy, the little boats …

Inspired by Johan Barthold Jongkind (1819-1891) – Fleet of boats at the entrance of Antwerp (October 15, 1866) – Water color / Black stone / Lead pencil – 5,67 x 10,23 inch

That go on the water, do they have legs? Whenever Arthur sees sailboats in the sea, it’s always the same refrain running through his head.

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The cliffs of Étretat

Inspired by Johan Barthold Jongkind (1819-1891) – Cliffs of Etretat (June 16, 1857) – Water color / Black stone – 7,08 x 9,37 inch

” Shortly before 4.30 pm yesterday, a man who was on the cliff of Etretat at the level of the Golf has fallen. His body was recovered on the foreshore by a water rescue team of firefighters. In the case of a violent death, the body of the deceased, a 57-year-old man, was left at the disposal of the gendarmerie for the usual findings. A witness of the scene must be heard by the military to determine whether it is an accident or a voluntary act. “.*

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Romeo and Juliet

Inspired by Eugène Boudin (1824-1898) – Sailing boats (around 1875 – 1880) – Lead pencil / Watercolour – 7,28 x 10,43 inch

– You know what Juliet, when I turn 18, I leave high school to participate in the Vendée Globe.
– What’s the Vendée Globe?

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The Flying Dutchman

Inspired by Johan Barthold Jongkind (1819-1891) – Two fishing boats tied edge to edge – Black stone / Watercolour – 7,08 x 10,27 cm

– Please, Mom, tell me the story of the flying Dutchman again. Just once more, the last time. Promised.
– But I’ve already read it to you more than twenty times. You know it by heart. No, it’s late, you have school tomorrow and you already had two stories tonight, that’s enough. Give me a hug and go to bed!
– Oh mom nooo. Tomorrow it’s Auntie nanny, and you know it. I can have a sleep if I want to. Come on, say yes … Mom!
– Okay, but this is the last …
– Oh thank you mom, I love you, I love you, I love you. You’re the sweetest mom of the world.

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