Trapani, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele
Fruit Seller Trapani Sicily

Istanbul Market 2

Istanbul_market_2

Original Watercolour 15" x 11"

It's late in the day and the shoppers still throng the myriad of alley ways and shopping streets around the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul.  In addition to carpets and kilims (flat rugs), popular purchases in Turkey include colourful tiles, plush towels and hamam (Turkish bath) accessories, antiques, gold jewellery, and scarves, slippers, and other textile products. The Grand Bazaar and other shops in the vicinity offer the broadest variety of such traditional crafts in one place, as well as an atmospheric setting.

 This painting is sold.

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Bix

Love all your works and your use of light and shade. Where are you based? Do you tutor groups? We run art holidays here in France and would love to have you tutor a group or just come for a holiday yourself..... find us on
www.francepaintingholiday.com and mail us through there if you are interested.
In the meantime I shall just enjoy looking at your work. B

tim wilmot

Thank you for your kind comments and enquiry. I have sent an answer to the email address on your web site. Tim Wilmot.

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