You are all a lost generation,” Gertrude Stein said to Hemingway. We weren’t lost. We knew where we were, all right, but we wouldn’t go home. Ours was the generation that stayed up all night. James Thurber
The above quote is part of this nod to “The Lost Generation”, but at the heart is part of the artwork/cover of a revered 20-year-old menu for “Le Select” – one of those enchanting Paris hangouts where writers, artists, philosophers and historians gathered. Photos, lists of artistes of the day, a Shakespeare bookstore vignette – all conspire to offer the mood of expats in Paris in the 1920’s.
Original Art – 12″ x 16″ – signed and dated, 2017
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Materials: Canvas, Paper, Image Transfers, Le Select Menu, Pigment Ink, Acrylic, Wood, Artist Gel, Watercolor Medium, Glue, Stretcher.
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