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Emma Elwin

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Inspiration Wall

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by Emma Elwin on 27 December, 2017

Painting, Simon Hantaï. Picture, Le fawn hawk.

Since I’m giving the downstairs livingroom the finishing touch this week, I’m obsessed with the idea of finding beautiful paintings and pictures to decorate the walls with. I thought I’d only decorate the walls with paintings and pictures from the different charity shops. So happy to have a few days off with plenty of time to start my search!


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Linda Lhermite: Love both. but especially the enigmatic one with the figure. Definitely my style. I do digital photo editing . have you .looked in that direction. My work can be found at lindalhermite.com. Good luck with your hunt, it should be fun whatever you end up choosing.of
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