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© Teppei Sasakura/Art Terrace
Most of Teppei's pictures are from southern Europe, but this for a change is the north of France, Amiens to be precise. The snow is falling on the historical transport hub of the city, Quai Bélu, in the Saint-Leu district, which has recently been converted into a fashionable area for bistros, pubs, and the rest.
Google maps shows the ancient canal in the heart of the city, and with some of the user photos you can identify the buildings in Teppei's painting.
Born in Hyogo prefecture in 1954, Teppei earned a degree in commercial design from Musashino Art University, to begin a successful career as an illustrator. He has also had many exhibitions of his own work, in which European scenes in particular are prominent.
Sasakura is his family name - he signs his pictures "Teppei S."
This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.
An Epoch puzzle: 1518 pieces; 102 x 34 cm (40" x 13")
Code: E18008 (18-008 on package)
Retail price ¥3000 (approx. US$28.85 €26.79 £23.62)
Shipping from ¥1100 (N. America, Europe, Australasia: approx. US$10.58 €9.82 £8.66)
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