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  • Oil on Canvas
  • 50x50cm
  • By: Martine Alison, France
  • Original Artwork with a certificate of authencity



This work has a taste of memories. It evokes pleasant moments spent in a region that had charmed Martine Alison, the Valley of the mills in Normandy.

We find in his drawing this giant plant, quite spectacular, the Gunnera, also called food for dinosaurs.

The wheel mill of the hamlet of Carneville is represented near his little wife.

I, Leo the toucan, would have liked to appear in this painting!

I can very well live with this goose! I don't suffer from ocaphobia and I feel capable of taming this barnyard bird, which can roar as long as it wants!

It was a great way for Martine-Alison to wink at Normandy, while trying to catch light and colors with her brush.



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