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Monday, 20 June 2011

Sea Breeze through French Windows

I'm not sure if it's only here in the UK that we call full length windows 'French windows'. I don't even know if they have a lot of windows (or doors?) like these in France.

One thing's for certain... on a beautiful sunny day by the coast, there can be few things better than opening those windows wide and letting the sea breeze waft in from your balcony.

Talking of balconies, how's this for a perfect one? I want to walk right out through those windows, over the pale wooden floor and lean over the white-painted railing, drinking in that misty ocean view.

Sea Breeze I
Sea Breeze I is available from

If you love the Alice Dalton Brown paintings previously featured, I suspect you will also enjoy the work of this artist, Carol Saxe. The second in this two-painting series shows the same scene of full length windows opening onto a balcony, but with the sheer curtains a little less breeze blown and the viewpoint slightly further back.

Carol Saxe also paints other coastal scenes featuring attractive beach or harbor views, some with a cat or dog theme.

You can purchase Sea Breeze I for your home from (or one of their international domains) as an art print. It comes in a choice of 3 sizes: 8 by 10 inches, 16 by 20 inches, and 22 by 28 inches. This lovely painting has received very positive reviews as a peaceful and relaxing scene that brings back happy memories.

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