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Nouveau de Bruxelles


I reminisce over my trip to Brussels, Belgium, fondly. I spent a long weekend in the city many moons ago. That weekend, all the museums were open after hours, shuttle buses zig-zagging patrons across the city. There was live music, food, drinks and dancing in spaces typically reserved for more hushed tones. I vividly remember the sensations I felt as we pulled up to this striking example of Art Nouveau architecture. I felt a sense of awe looking at this building constructed out of girded steel and glass, something I’m less accustomed to seeing. Stepping into the building brought me even more delight as I found myself inside the Musical Instruments Museum. Both the outside and inside of this building left a lasting impression on me, a feeling that something new had been created in this place.

This giclée print was created to high standards of reproduction with materials tested by Wilhelm-Research to resist fading and discolouration in excess of 60 years. Printed on archival 100% cotton fibre paper with a weight of 290gsm and a calliper of 19 mils. Hand-signed at the bottom.
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Lost in Colour


Giclée print on 290gsm 100% cotton fibre paper

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