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At the Rose Cafe

 

Pagodas on the Venice Boardwalk

Acrylic, 24" x 18"

Why the shade structures are called pagodas is a mystery. Typically, each cluster of pagodas served a different constituency - drummers, bikers, etc.

The house has appeared in many movies. In Point of No Return, Bridget Fonda's character lived in it. I've been told that the brick house on the left was Eddie Cantor's summer home.

The writing on the wall says MORAL MAJORITY IS NEITHER - VENICE RESISTS and is authentic.

This painting could be yours for $1000. Email the Webslave.

Proceed to next painting.

 

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