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Global Travel Styles Fine Art Limited Edition Series

The Artist is now producing large-scale exclusive travel

fine art photography for events, offices, showrooms, retail,

institutions, homes and “Collector” Dream Rooms.

Each piece of this, 50 only, limited-edition series

has been lovingly produced by the artist as an original then

hand signed and numbered. Each Giclees is produced

on the finest museum-quality paper that lasts a lifetime.

With over 60 locations in the collection, choose

and Barry will produce a signature art piece just for you.

Choose 13.0" x 31.0"

Printed On Museum Quality Premium Luster Paper.

Specs: Luster Finish,10 ml Thickness & 97 ISO Brightness

$249.00

Choose 16.0" x 38.2"

Printed On Museum Quality Premium Luster Paper.

Specs: Luster Finish,10 ml Thickness & 97 ISO Brightness

$349.00

Choose 24.0" x 57.3"

Printed On Museum Quality Premium Luster Paper.

Specs: Luster Finish,10 ml Thickness & 97 ISO Brightness

$449.00

Villefranche

Villefranche-sur-Mer is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region on the French Riviera.

Villefranche-sur-Mer adjoins the city of Nice to the east along Mont Boron, Mont Alban and Mont Vinaigrier, and 6 miles south west of Monaco. The bay of Villefranche is one of the deepest natural harbours of any port in the Mediterranean Sea and provides safe anchorage for large ships, reaching depths of 320 ft between the Cape of Nice and Cap Ferrat; it extends to the south to form a 1700 ft abyss known as the undersea Canyon of Villefranche at about one nautical mile off the coastline.

The city limits extend to the hills surrounding the bay climbing from sea level to an altitude of 1750 ft at Mont-Leuze, reflecting on land the features found offshore. The three "Corniches" or main roads linking Nice to Italy pass through Villefranche.

The site of what is now Villefranche and surrounding Beaulieu-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat has been settled since prehistoric times. Celto-ligurian tribes roamed the area and established farming communities on the surrounding hills. The Greeks and later the Romans used the natural harbour as a stop-over en route to the Greek settlements around the Western Mediterranean. After the conquest of Gaul by Julius Caesar, the Romans built an extension of the Via Aurelia (Aurelian Way), which passed through the settlement of Montolivo.

Read More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villefranche-sur-Mer

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