Provence France – Old Village of Gordes

Provence France

Painting of the old Village of Gordes by Sabina von Arx

Gordes Art Print featuring the painting Gordes Provence France by Sabina Von Arx

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The Provence – Ultimate Place for Painters and Photographers

Provence France an early morning sunrise in the french village of Gordes. One of the most picturesque landscapes of Europe. The Provence has hosted many famous artists among them Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Cézanne. Standing on the edge of the plateau of Vaucluse, Gordes is one of the “in” villages of Luberon where many movies stars and artists have made their home. Beautiful lavender and sunflower fields as well as the pictorial uphill villages are an endless inspiration to artists. You reach the wonderful old villages by taking the plane or the high speed train (TGV) from Paris to Avignon. If you rent a car then you have endless possibilities to visit the old villages. There you can buy souvenirs on the colorful markets or just sit in one of the many outdoor cafés and enjoy the scenery.

My Painting Approach

For my watercolor paintings I chose a semi-abstract approach. Therefore I change the local color to powerful tones and shades of atmospheric light. Thus the painting depicts a dreamy world of wonderful holidays. See my other Posts for paintings from Europe Greece – Santorini The Island For Honeymooners  and Italy – Pai Sopra on Lake Garda a romantic place to visit. Art Prints on paper and canvas prints of Gordes are available in different sizes and qualities. Get inspired and visit my online art gallery for more  Provence paintings on

Visit the Provence and enjoy an early morning coffee in Aix-en-Provence. Watercolor Painting by Sabina von Arx

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Aix en provence

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6 Comments on “Provence France – Old Village of Gordes

    • Dear Tatiana, it makes me happy, that you love the music. I bought it on Amazon and it is a very old french song from Charles Trenet “la mer”. I could listen to it for hours!

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