"L'Eglise St. Sulpice a Paris", antique French Impressionist gouache and pastel painting, signed "Macé", circa 1900. The painting depicts the second largest church after Notre Dame, located in the Latin Quarter of the 6th arrondissement of Paris, the painting is housed in the original gilded frame. This work came from the celebrated writer & historian, Dr. Alan Morris Strauss Schom.
12.25" tall X 9.25" wide (at sight)
31 cm X 23.5 cm
22.5" tall X 19.5" wide X 1" deep (framed)
57 cm X 49.5 cm
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