A beautiful painting of two bridges, a footbridge and a drawbridge, at the Quai de la Marne (named after France’s longest river) spanning the canal de l’Ourcq in Paris, France. The Quai de la Marne is situated in the 17th arrondissement, a part of Paris that was once a working class and manufacturing neighborhood. The canal was originally dug to bring drinking water to Paris but is now only used for navigation. Painted in 1962 by Mentor Huebner.
Framed 28″ x 31″.
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