Pure Paris 100 Overdoors

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Pure Paris 100 Best Overdoors Photographer: Colleen Stratton Martin


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Colleen Stratton Martin, Founder & Creative Director of Product Development Swede Collection, LLC


Dear Friends, In this my sixth digital magazine, I bring together 100 of my favorite Paris exterior overdoors. Each visit to Paris is spent with 8 to 10 hours a day on my feet walking the city to capture the beautiful old architectural details. Doors and overdoors are my preferred subjects. Most overdoors are of cherubs, angels, male and female faces or lion grotesques. I believe I have around 7,000 images. I hope you enjoy what I have captured and share the beauty I have found. I am not sure there is a building in Paris that does not have an overdoor. It just seems like that was an architectural requirement.

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I am constantly seeking beauty to capture and hold dear. These images show patina at its finest as only Paris can do. Most photo backdrops behind the overdoors on each page are created from photos of flowers and paintings I took in Paris also.


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Natur Vincent Van Gogh, Arles: View From The Wheat Fields, 1888, Musee Rodin, Paris.


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French Coastal Scene ~ Charles-Francois Daubigny, 1868



Le Havre, Stormy Skies over the Estuary ~ Eugene Boudin, 1894





Farm Scene ~ John Henry Twatchman, 1888-1891







The Roofs of Paris ~ Vincent Van Gogh, 1886















Wind Swept Sands, Shinnecock, Long Island ~ William Merritt Chase, 1894









Hanging the Laundry out to Dry ~ Berthe Morisot, 1875










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Seascape Near Trouville ~ Gustave Courbet



Wooded Plateau, Fontainebleau ~ Camille Corot, 1835-1840



Clouds ~ Fyodor Vasilyev



Cabasson Landscape (study) ~ Henri-Edmond Cross, 1896-1899



Fontainebleau, Storm over the Plains ~ Camille Corot, 1822


Le Train Bleu, Vincent Van Gogh, 1888, Rodin Museum, Paris.







This publication is sponsored by SWEDE COLLECTION Makers of Fine Swedish Reproduction Furniture www.swedefurniture.com



Thank You For Visiting Paris With Me.