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'Champ de Coquelicots a Carmensac' Mounted Mi Desmedt Etching. This stunning and intricate etching is number 2 out of a 15 piece series, and is one of a kind due to the nature of the methods used by Mi Desmedt. Stylishly mounted in a beautiful painted white wooden frame.
The engraving itself is of a French countryside scene featuring deep blue tones, blended perfectly to capture the prevalent character of the sky. The rest of the scene is made up of rich figures of greenery including trees on the horizon, and more subtle tones of yellow and green blended with vibrant orange to form the beauty of the French countryside in its prime.
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