At Angelique

Fall 2008 - Volume 12 Number 4

At Angelique

"At Angelique" (24"x 30") by Fred M Freedman, MD, is an oil on canvas of a
Paris café scene. It is painted from a photo Dr Freedman shot at Angelique, a café in Paris
known for its hot chocolate and dessert pastries. The photograph was taken from a balcony overlooking
the front window tables. In this painting, Dr Freedman wanted to try a loose painting style
with a post-impressionistic color spectrum. Dr Freedman is a Neurologist at the South Bay
Medical Center. He enjoys painting in oil on canvas and the inspiration for many of his paintings
are scenes from his travels. Dr Freedman has done artwork all his life, including painting in oil and
gouache and etchings. He is retiring in September and hopes to be able to pursue more travel,
photography, and art—all linked together as in this painting.

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