Friday, May 20, 2011

Lovely Lady in Kensington Market


Kensington Market is full of murals - some good, some not so much - but this has to be the most beautiful. This wonderful art nouveau inspired lady can be found along Augusta St on the side of a Victorian building. I think she is gorgeous! Haven't been able to ID the artist unfortunately.

15 comments:

LĂșcia said...

You're right, it's very beautiful!
The unknown artist is very talented! ;-)

Leif Hagen said...

What a colorful, fancy, artsy mural! Nice way to brighten up the area and better than just a plain wall or graffiti!

Kate said...

It certainly catches one's eye, and it obviously brightens up the day.

Paul in Powell River said...

Yes, that's a mural with style!

Regina K said...

That is a beauty.

Jack said...

Gorgeous. I don't know the actual modern-day artist, but it appears he or she was inspired by Mucha.

RedPat said...

Jack - You are right - very influenced by Mucha!

mary said...

Terrific find! So beautiful!
Love it!

Randy said...

That is beautiful too bad someone tagged it.

Birdman said...

Cool street candid.

Mo said...

Very cheery to walk past

Sharon said...

You are so right...that is a gorgeous mural!

Steffe said...

You sure have many murals in Toronto,

EG Wow said...

Well done, I agree!

JM said...

This is fantastic! It's not common to find a graffiti inspired on Art Nouveau.