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Lonely extra print in search of loving home

Tuileries Chairs

We have an extra 16x20 print of "Talks in the Tuileries" taking up space in our office. We printed an extra by accident, and now this guy is somewhat of a lonely drifter in our office. He spends his days desk surfing and looking sad. It's one of my favorite photos (it's hanging in our living room), because I love the tension between the group of chairs and the lone chair.
So, if you would like to give him a good home, simply leave a comment here and we'll randomly select someone tomorrow to take proper care of him and put him in a frame.
Update: Wow, guys. Just wow. I didn't realize so many of you liked this photo! Random.org selected #33 and Ashley is the winner.
Thanks so much for all of your kind comments. I wish I could give every single one of you this photo.


Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Danielle

I would love to give this print a frame! It would add wonderful color to a blank wall in my apartment.

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by fanny

Me please! I visited Paris this summer for the first time and would love this print to commemorate my trip.

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Emily

Such a sweet photo!! And I know what you mean about that silly blogger compressing photos!!

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Anna

We love lonely drifters in our home. Our dog was one!

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by L A C E Y

ooooooo, i'll take it off your hands ;)

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by kell-bell

Oh I love this photo, as I do most everything you post. The green chairs are beautiful.

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Mlle Paradis

oh lonely print, won't you come home with me?

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Suzy

This is beautiful! I love green. So does my mom, so maybe I could gift this to her for her birthday! Or keep it for myself because I dream of Paris.

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Jules

oh i would! my favorite color is green :)

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by mandiegirl

I'd love it! It would go great in my dining room! :)

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