Three watercolor vignettes of the cathedral of Amiens, which is the largest Gothic church in France (more than double that of Notre Dame de Paris!) and built in the late 1200s. (Wikipedia). This piece was painted at the turn of the twentieth century and is ensconced in its original wooden frame. The intricate architecture and stunning details of the cathedral can be admired from various angles, capturing different aspects of its beauty and giving a fresh perspective to its architecture.
This artwork would be a perfect addition to a home gallery for architecture and cathedral enthusiasts, or for those who simply appreciate French beauty and art. All three are signed by the artist. Note the bubbles in the original glass.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 14½" high x 28¼" wide x 0½" deep
Approx. overall 37cm high x 72cm wide x 1cm deep