IMAGE REPUBLIC

THE NEWYORKER 42 SEMPE RESTAURANT 40X50 CM

$680

Description

On the cover of The New Yorker of February 1, 1988, Sempé unveils the back of the set of a great French restaurant in Manhattan. The calm of the waiter who is about to enter the room does not suggest the energy of the chefs and the kitchen clerks who assist them. French gastronomy at work. 

The 40x50 cm illustrations come already mounted (The dimensions include the drawing and the mount board from Canson®).