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    4.80 (3 votes)
    Price: 4,000.00 USD
    Contact contact@patricksaunders.com
    Added 2017-05-15 07:55:28


    An early morning scene in San Francisco. The usually crowded streets of Chinatown stood surprisingly quiet as a few early morning shoppers hurried home past the Canton Bazaar at the corner of Sacramento and Grant.

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    Name of Artist: Patrick Saunders
    Width (inches): 24
    Height (inches): 36
    Country: United States
    Media: Oil
    Painting Style: Representational: Figurative / Other


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    Nice view of sunrise in Chinatown.


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    Good painting of China -town



    The dual use of red to help with the feeling of depth and of light is masterful. There's not enough space here to say all the things I love in this painting!

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