Tuesday, July 2, 2019


Vintage Emmanuel Braudeau street art

Because of its ephemeral nature, a good deal of what I shall describe as early or vintage Emmanuel Braudeau street art has been worn away by the passage of feet and car tires, or simply lost under street and sidewalk resurfacing. That's why I've been surprised this past week to come across two of his vintage pieces on the sidewalk of rue Royale in Versailles. Long time, no see! I first noticed Braudeau's street art around 2009. Works of Versailles' favorite finger-paint-dribbling artist are today more easily found in local galleries.

Ça fait un bail:  it's been a while; long time, no see

un bail:  a lease

© 2019 P. B. Lecron

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