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Montreal Painting - Depanneur Surplus De Pain Rue Charlevoix by Reb Frost

Depanneur Surplus De Pain Rue Charlevoix is a painting by Reb Frost which was uploaded on September 23rd, 2010.

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Thank you Mel and Michael for your comments :)

Have a look at Goose Village on Google...interesting history as well as a great shot in black and white of the corner store on Britannia...I'm doing that one now. The details are wonderful....I'm always questioning myself if the signage should be freehand looking, or almost a photographic reproduction...still haven't made up my mind... regards from Montreal

As many others do, I really like this one, Rebecca ! Congratulations on another sale !

Thanks Jim!

I like this painting of a Montreal depanneur. It really stands out...

Thank you for such kind words and for taking time to see my work!

I want to sit on those steps Reb. Excellent job. Beautiful.

Thank you Carole and Russell for you kind comments on my work. CArole I cannot begin to create the beauty that you can create from what you see in your city.. but I can see it through my own eyes. Russell.. the details are signs of things past that rstill emain.

captured the essence of a lot of street corners in Montreal so nicely...details are wonderful.

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