Art – 002 Signac

$100.00

These birdhouses are made using custom license plates and will never rust. Hang in dappled sun or full shade for happy birds and long lasting colors. The air vents on the sides, under the protection of the eaves, allow air flow through-out. The roof is removable for easy access to clean out old nests.

A cShoresal Design
Paul Signac, Artist
“The Port of Saint-Tropez”


1901-02

From The National Museum of Western Art:
Signac was greatly shocked by the death of Seurat who had joined him in defending and extolling the spread of Neo-impressionism. Thanks to the efforts of his friend the painter H. E. Cross, Signac left the year after the death of Seurat (1892) on a yacht voyage around the Mediterranean. He discovered the still as yet small fishing harbor of Saint-Tropez during this trip and for the next ten years he traveled between Saint-Tropez and Paris in the creation of his paintings. Read more:
http://collection.nmwa.go.jp/en/P.1987-0003.html

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Description

Interior birdhouse is constructed of 3/4″ plywood, except for the roof.
Roof removes for easy access clean-out. Sides have ventilation under the eaves.
Hole is 1.5″ Diameter.
6″ x 6″ x 12″H
Approx 7.5″ wide at the eaves

Additional information

Weight 96 oz
Dimensions 6 x 6 x 12 in