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Cabris en Provence By Maria Luisa Zaccheo Wahlberg
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In Spring 1991, my husband and I took a brief trip to the south of France, to the Côte d’Azur and Alpes-Maritime, motivated by the notion of buying a holiday home. In our search for a... More > home, we focussed on properties around Grasse. The object that caught our attention was a village perched beguilingly on the top of a hill. We learned that it was called Cabris en Provence—‘le plus jolie balcon de la Côte d’Azur’--and when we arrived at the village we were struck by its simple beauty and serenity. We knew it was the place we wanted to be, and found a house that perfectly matched our expectations, near the main square in the Rue des Marechaux. These drawings are in black on white. The preview shows the title of each drawing (on the facing page) followed by the drawing itself.< Less
TERRACINA: Magia e Realta' By Maria Luisa Zaccheo Wahlberg
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With this book of drawings of the historic centre of Terracina, I wanted to send a message of gratitude toward the city and its people. My aim was to reveal and foster respect for the value,... More > fascination, and dignity hidden in this “urbs antiqua”. The drawings are black on white, my preferred medium at the time.< Less
North Africa, African Islands and The Levant By Maria Luisa Zaccheo Wahlberg
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This book of my drawings is a testimonial of my travels in North Africa, the African islands of the Seychelles, Zanzibar and Mombasa, and of the Levant. Many drawings are in pencil, and most are in... More > black on white, my preferred medium until recently.< Less
My Australia By Maria Luisa Zaccheo Wahlberg
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This book of drawings and watercolours is devoted to my impressions of the majestic beauties or 'icons' of the continent, but also aims to present my observations about the 'small Australia' of... More > ordinary buildings and landscape; the general stores, the post offices, the railway stations, the old hotels, the tea rooms, the corrugated iron sheds, the empty shops, the disused mines and the classical colonial town halls reminiscent of the old and far away Europe. I wanted to show places like Dimbullah and Norseman that are unknown to outsiders but are just as interesting in their own ways as Sydney Harbour and Uluru.< Less

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