As promised, a painting from France this week. I have so many photos of French markets, but the one near the lovely harbour of Sanary sur Mer is one of the most colourful one I’ve seen in a while. As I’ve said before, some of the larger markets seem to be moving towards white awnings – all part and parcel of the smart and very clever market vans that are ‘popped open’ with everything in place. It does seem more noticable so far in Italy than France, but it seems a pity to lose the traditional coloured umbrellas. I would imagine that the market traders are quite happy though, if they can afford the upgrade.
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Marche Provencal, Sanary sur Mer
Size: 21 x 15cm
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