Five O’Clock at the Nine O’Clock Cannon

$100.00

“Five O’Clock at the Nine O’Clock Cannon”

14” by 17” colored pencil on paper

from the children’s novel “Tales of the Louisiana Moon”

This is a limited edition print, signed by the artist.

More details from Christian can be found below.

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In 1721, Adrian Pauger laid out the Place d’Armes (today’s Jackson Square) in the little French town of New Orleans. For many years the square was used as a military paradeground. Maple trees were planted on either end of the grounds in 1806.

In ancient New Orleans, a cannon situated in the Place d’Armes was fired at nine o’clock every evening announcing the nightly curfew. The town gates were shut tight and all men of good will were expected to be safely in their homes.

In the children’s novel “Tales of the Louisiana Moon” the busy Place d’Arms is depicted on a magical Christmas Eve in the ancient land of Louisianne. A fateful deal is struck between the novel’s heroes: a rebellious young Creole heiress, Alice Marie and a mischevous Cajun mouse nick-named, Tee Boy.

 Features: Shemar Moore (Malcolm Winters) and Tanya Williams (Olivia Winters) and Siena Goines (Callie Rogers)

 

                                                                                       Christian Jules Le Blanc

14” by 17”, colored pencil on paper

This is a limited edition print, signed by the artist.

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