A French print of indeterminate origin caught the eye of another shopper. I brought it down off the wall to show her, and, after a quick once-over, it sold. -sort of silly, but it gives me pleasure to see people chuffed about their particular finds. She was happy with her cityscape scene, and I was happy for her.
Not unusually, 'sofa art' goes quite fast, but 'quirky' 20th century prints have been known to languish on the walls for weeks on end. One such print was the one below by Mika Katayama, a Japanese artist born in 1935.
|M. Katayama, replete with a little photo glare.|