After another very busy stateside séjour, we are back in Antibes, where the pace is not quite so hectic. We had time for a leisurely stroll around town today, where we came across another painting, like the ones we noticed about the same time last year. We found this one in the square in front of our apartment. It's one of ten reproductions of paintings done by artists inspired by the French Riviera. This permanent exhibit, called la "Côte d'Azur des Peintres" (the French Riviera of the Artists), is scattered all around town thanks to the contribution of the Conseil Régional Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur in collaboration with the Conseil Général des Alpes-Maritimes and the city of Antibes. The ones we've seen so far seem to be placed strategically in front of the actual landscapes that are represented in the paintings. In this one, called "Antibes", painted by Henri-Edmond Cross in 1908, nothing seems to have changed, except maybe some erosion of the rocks in front of the ramparts. It wouldn't look too much different if he painted it today. Other nearby cities on the Côte d'Azur are also participating in this exhibit, including Cagnes-sur-Mer, Le Cannet, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, and Villefranche-sur-Mer.