#2049_Jackson Square


17″ x 14″ unframed original painting on off-white 93 lb (150 gm) archival paper

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This one-of-a-kind unframed original pencil, ink and watermedia painting was created by New Orleans artist Emilie Rhys on October 26, 2012, in Jackson Square. The artist was standing with her back to St. Louis Cathedral, depicting the one of the many gates to the raised Square in which the 1856 equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson, by sculptor Clark Mills, is found.

While most of the artist's drawings are completed on the spot, some receive additional work, and in this case the paint was added at the artist's French Quarter art studio.