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Along with old cinemas, my favourite kinds of buildings are old places of retail: little storefronts and big department stores. The large old stores have the element of putting on a spectacle, luring you in with their wonderful window displays and grand entrances, to then try to entrance you with their wares.

I love walking by the wonderful Mark Foys building in Sydney, which (seemingly) has had its exterior largely kept intact, and seeing its former merchandise still advertised around the building: laces, millinery, silks and more.

This painting is my take on these retail havens; a building that perhaps was originally constructed in the late 19th Century, with large archways and stained-glass features. An update a few decades later saw the building extended and its design streamlined, and it recently suffered a half -hearted attempt at a renovation/modernisation before being closed down permanently.

Sides are painted as can be seen in the additional photos.

Matt varnish and signed on the back.  Cotton duck canvas with Baltic pine frame. Ready to hang with D-rings and wire.

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Claudia Claveria

AUD$700
Size: 70w x 70h x 4d cms
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Along with old cinemas, my favourite kinds of buildings are old places of retail: little storefronts and big department stores. The large old stores have the element of putting on a spectacle, luring you in with their wonderful window displays and grand entrances, to then try to entrance you with their wares.

I love walking by the wonderful Mark Foys building in Sydney, which (seemingly) has had its exterior largely kept intact, and seeing its former merchandise still advertised around the building: laces, millinery, silks and more.

This painting is my take on these retail havens; a building that perhaps was originally constructed in the late 19th Century, with large archways and stained-glass features. An update a few decades later saw the building extended and its design streamlined, and it recently suffered a half -hearted attempt at a renovation/modernisation before being closed down permanently.

Sides are painted as can be seen in the additional photos.

Matt varnish and signed on the back.  Cotton duck canvas with Baltic pine frame. Ready to hang with D-rings and wire.

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