The presence of a character is suggested but does not appear directly. A hat, an armchair and a magazine in front of a French window... The place is peaceful like in all Chevalier's works but for the first time takes place in a city according to the facade which we perceive on the other side of the street. The perspective is very deep and this is the signature of the artist.
Ballasted with two bars (one at the top and one below) and provided with a hanging system of 2 eyelets hidden behind the canvas, this wall covering fit and get moved very easily.
Contemporary painter Dany Chevalier took back the creation and the manufacturing of her wall coverings under her own name and no longer under Mary Oliva Cork name. However, she has retained all her magic, her talent as well as all the subtle perfumes that still emanate from her sweet compositions bathed in sunshine. When we discovered these paintings linen we fell in love with their elegance and their simplicity so special. Using light and shadow, Dany Chevalier's trompe l'oeil creates a perspective that brightens and enlarges a room or a wall.