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Capturing the whimsical spirit of the France of the 1950s, this art print features a duo on bike past a well loved home. The nephew and his uncle are based on characters from the Jacques Tati film Mon Oncle, where Monsieur Hulot rejects newfangled, modern technology and lodging. In this illustration, the detailed home with its shutters, ornate door, many windowsill plants and multiple clotheslines still lives up to the idea of a simple life, one whose beauty many of us might favor even today.
- Giclée print
- Measures 13” x 19”
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