If you thought this was an Andrex Renoux Paris storefront, that's perfectly understandable. I can't help but wonder if Micheline Danon-Marcho was perhaps a student of his? But ... must have also been a peer because both artists are featured in the Paris Par Les Peintres series. This card is a bit of a mystery. I can't locate such a shop and yet a Paris art store established in 1832 -- one would think that reputation alone would merit some attention. And I can't find any information on the artist save a Michele Danon-Marcho who illustrated children's books in the 1980s. Regardless, if you look at this card and find yourself immediately living the bohemian life in the City of Lights as an "ar-teest" living on baguettes and love ... well, I've done my part:) About 5.75 by 4-1/8 inches. Franked 1997. Please note: this card has a "wrinkle" -- and I've priced it accordingly -- which appears to be inherent to the paper and printing. When looking at the card straight on, it's not visible [as you can see, it doesn't show up in the direct scan first photo] but when held at an angle, you can see a light shadow. Verso, the wrinkle is visible. However, if you framed this to hang on a wall or set at your desk, I feel confident in saying the wrinkle would not show at all.
Also, for privacy, I have smudged the sender's address digitally in Photoshop.
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