AFRICAN STREET VENDOR
Oil on Paper mounted on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches
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The fellow this character is based on was plying his wares among the diners at a sidewalk cafe in Arles, France. He was friendly, unassuming, and polite. He had a backpack and was selling leather goods. I was reminded of the Native Americans selling turquoise and silver from table to table back home in the American Southwest, and the hammock vendors on the beaches of Mexico.
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