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Mounted and framed in a dark brown, antique look frame.
"This painting - Time for Romance - is set behind the clock of Musee d’Orsay in Paris, one of my favourite museums in one of my favourite cities. It was inspired by a memorable scene from “Scent of a Woman” where Al Pacino, who plays a blind serviceman, asks a young woman, who hopes to learn the Tango, if she would like to dance.
I don’t think we should ever reach a point in our lives when we don't have time for romance and that we’re too old to bother, that would simply be living a life half lived."
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