Thursday, January 07, 2016
Watercolor in Jackson Square
This vintage October 1958 image just screamed at me when I saw it…in a good way. The dapper watercolor artist in New Orleans' Jackson Square is painting a dignified lady in a navy blue dress and pearls. She was snapped mid-conversation; I am sure the artist was charming her with his Van Dyke-esque beard.
A closeup of his work:
I wonder if the sketch at right is a self-portrait?
Today, you can still find street artists in Jackson Square, although they do not seem to have the appeal of our 1958 subject.
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