Original watercolor "Going nowhere"
These stairs used to climb up to the beautiful rooms of the Grand Hotel at Sofar in the mountains of Lebanon but 43 years of civil war condemned it to abandon and despair.
One of the descendants of the Sursock family, who built the hotel in 1882 began its restoration in 2014, fully aware that the space “can never become a hotel again” but hoping it would become a space for celebrations and cultural events.
size is 27x32cm / 10.6"x12.6"
size with the passepartout is 36x42cm / 14.2"x16.5"
printed on a 300gr paper / 10oz paper
from an original picture taken by Hazar Dalal
artwork comes with a mat and a passepartout ready to be framed
“I bought a lamp at [beyt] and it’s such happiness therapy! I look at it, recognize its beauty and everything linked with it.”
— LYNN D.