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Many of the images shown below are available as
originals, prints, & note cards;
please contact artist for details:
985-449-1795 *
danjunot@bellsouth.net

 

Dan Junot standing beside two 22x28, acrylic paintings, on stretched canvas of "Terry H." & Sheridan A." These were commissioned as gifts by Enterprise Marine Services, LLC (Houma, LA / Houston, TX) to be given to the boats namesakes on their Christening day: Sept. 23, 2014

To Discuss Your Commissioned Painting: danjunot@bellsouth.net )

Dan Junot Commissioned Artist Enterprise Marine Boat Christening 
 

 

     The Canal Street Line traces its origins to horse-drawn streetcar service dating back to June 1861. In the early 1930’s the streetcars became electric powered. From 1934 to 1950, there were two electric streetcar lines running on Canal Street: the West-End Streetcars and the Cemeteries Streetcars.
      Cars marked West End operated from the foot of Canal to the outer end of the street at the cemeteries, then turned left onto City Park Ave. (Metairie Road). It then turned north onto New Basin Canal (which is today called West-End Boulevard) continuing to the West End Amusement Area on Lake Pontchartrain.
      Note: That amusement area is today called West-End Park and should not be confused with Pontchartrain Beach, which was located at the end of Elysian Fields Ave.
      The West End line was converted to buses in 1950.
Based on research by the artist, this fantasy scene depicts the West End streetcar as it looked in 1942, the year of the artist’s birth. Note the presence of well-known shopper’s landmarks such as Godchaux’s and Holmes, as well as a horse-drawn carriage, a 1942 Plymouth Super Deluxe, and a historically accurate, fashionable crowd milling about during Mardi Gras Season on Canal Street.
      This fantasy depiction was researched, designed, and painted from Public Domain Photographs, by the artist in February 2011. The style of the painting pays homage to early French Romanticism.

Original Sold

(Art reproduction, giclee prints available ... contact the artist:  danjunot@bellsouth.net )

This painting currently hangs in the private collection of
Dr. & Mrs. James C. Morvant
Thibodaux, Louisiana

New Orleans Street Car Canal Street by Thibodaux Louisiana Artist Dan Junot 
“West End” Bound
Canal Streetcar Line – New Orleans, Louisiana, 1942 ©
14" x 18" Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
 
Houma's House Darrow Louisiana by Thibodaux Louisiana Artist Dan Junot

Houmas House - Darrow, LA ©
24" x 36" Acrylic over Photographic Transfer on Stretched Canvas

$1,625.00
(FRAMED AS SHOWN BELOW)

Frame on "Houmas House Plantation" by South Louisiana Artist, Dan Junot

To inquire about purchasing, please contact the artist directly: danjunot@bellsouth.net
It can be viewed by appointment in Dan's gallery. 
If shipping is required, additional costs above the purchase price (including insurance) will be assessed.

 
Madewood Plantation Napleonville Louisiana by Thibodaux Louisiana Artist Dan Junot

Madewood Plantation - Napoleonville, LA ©
24" x 36" Acrylic over Photographic Transfer on Stretched Canvas

$1,625.00
(FRAMED AS SHOWN BELOW)

Frame on "Houmas House Plantation" by South Louisiana Artist, Dan Junot

To inquire about purchasing, please contact the artist directly: danjunot@bellsouth.net
It can be viewed by appointment in Dan's gallery. 
If shipping is required, additional costs above the purchase price (including insurance) will be assessed.

 
Mardi Gras Marshes - Left...by Dan Junot, South Louisiana Artist

"Mardi Gras Marshes" - Left /
Just before the Leeville Bridge to Grand Isle, Louisiana
...Dan Junot, Artist
©

The Place:  The Artist, Dan Junot, nicknamed these picturesque marshlands on the north side of Louisiana Highway #1 -- just before the Leeville Bridge leading to Grand Isle -- the “Mardi Gras Marshes” because of their consonance with the Fat Tuesday “Trinity of Colors”:  the purple casts of the waters, the golden hue of the grasses, and the green shade of the bushes and shrubs.  Further illustrative of Mardi Gras are the “floats” of the wetlands – called “flottants” by the Cajun French.

$1,500.00 ... SOLD AS PAIR (DIPTYCH) ONLY -- SEE IMAGE BELOW

This original painting is an acrylic on stretched canvas.
It measures 24x36 & is sold framed
(as shown below)

Mardi Gras Marsh Frame

To inquire about purchasing, please contact the artist directly: danjunot@bellsouth.net
It can be viewed by appointment in Dan's gallery. 
If shipping is required, additional costs above the purchase price (including insurance) will be assessed.

 
"Mardi Gras Marsh" - Right ... Acrylic painting by Dan Junot, South Louisiana Artist

"Mardi Gras Marshes" - Right /
Just before the Leeville Bridge to Grand Isle, Louisiana
...Dan Junot, Artist
©

The Place:  The Artist, Dan Junot, nicknamed these picturesque marshlands on the north side of Louisiana Highway #1 -- just before the Leeville Bridge leading to Grand Isle -- the “Mardi Gras Marshes” because of their consonance with the Fat Tuesday “Trinity of Colors”:  the purple casts of the waters, the golden hue of the grasses, and the green shade of the bushes and shrubs.  Further illustrative of Mardi Gras are the “floats” of the wetlands – called “flottants” by the Cajun French.

$1,500.00 ... SOLD AS PAIR (DIPTYCH) ONLY -- SEE IMAGE ABOVE

This original painting is an acrylic on stretched canvas.
It measures 24x36 & is sold framed
(as shown below)

Mardi Gras Marsh Frame

This painting was selected to hang in the Louisiana State Museum of Art in Baton Rouge Louisiana
as part of a juried art exhibition Art Melt (July 16th through August 28th 2010).
It is now on view at Dan gallery, contact Dan to setup viewing appointment.

 

Many of the images shown above are available as
originals, prints, & note cards;
please contact artist for details:
985-449-1795 *
danjunot@bellsouth.net

 

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