A brilliant painter who spent some years in Paris during his life in the late 1800's. This particular painting translates to "The Cafe Terrace on the Place of Forum". The print is similar in size to the actual painting. The original is 26 x 32, where this is 24 x 32. The stars in the background of the picture became one of his trademarks, as he went on to create "Starry Night", which is considered his most famous work. This picture shows what a cafe looked like in the south of France in the 19th century. The original is on display at the Kroller Muller museum in Otterlo, Netherlands.