Café le Coin
Café Le Coin in Trie-sur-Baïse.
A play on a game of pelotte and the big red peppers of Espelette.
The market square in St Emilion. Famous for its wine, this drawing is available as A4 and A3 prints, as well as 100 cm x 70 cm canvas, stretched on a frame. We recommend the larger formats as this drawing has lots of fine details that are less visible on the A4 print.
These chickens have a cunning plan to get to the kitchen garden unseen.
We all know ‘The Laughing cow’ cheese. It’s literally translated from the French brand ‘La vache qui rit’. This cow prefers frying.
Carré d'agneau is a side of lamb chops. A carré is also 'argot' for a square-cut, bob hairstyle. This square-cut sheep is in its element on the mountain slopes.
Les bottes bio. In French, Bottes are boots, but are also bales of hay, or straw.
At the pigsty, it's the time when the family gather to slaughter the pig for their supply of sausage, saicisse,boudin and ham for the year. Madame's carriage awaits...
Reproduced as giclée print in various sizes, some with mounts.
A rude awakening for these walkers taking a nap while walking in the Pyrenean mountains. Available as an A4, A3, A2 print and on canvas.