In the winter of 1909, French artist Lionel Royer submitted this painting of a boy carrying his catch of the day to the Salon de Paris art exhibition. This is a rare image and my theory is that someone bought this piece of art and it's been in a private collection ever since. Since I have no way of knowing what the original color scheme was (see original postcard in photo 3), I went with my own choices. It was a humbling privilege to work alongside Monsieur Royer. I hope he doesn't mind that I added some Pacific ocean and Oregon coast sky to his Atlantic coast painting. I say Atlantic coast because I am assuming this is a young Breton, perhaps fishing close to Mont St Michel, one of my top favorite France destinations.
A perfect image to use for a Father's Day card or as a gift tag for a boy.
300 dpi at about 3.5 by 5.5 inches (typical antique postcard size).
You'll receive an email with a link to the download (without the watermarks, of course!). It's easy peasy!
This image CANNOT be resold digitally or in college sheets. With your purchase, you agree to these terms and you agree to NOT 'share' this image with friends:)
IF you are looking for ROYALTY-FREE, COMMISSION-FREE, COMMERCIAL USE digitals to print and resell, send me a convo and I will get this image listed for you:
300 dpi: $8.99
1200 dpi: $14.99 (can be printed for wall art/poster size)
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