Jean Salabet was a French, 20th Century artist born in 1900. Salabet was a Parisian painter mostly known for his colorful cityscapes depicting the times of his generation. His work is comparable to those of Jules Herve, Antoine Blanchard and Edouard Cortes. His paintings are a wonderful example of his dedication and passion throughout his of his career. Exemplary depictions of his pieces are city scenes of artist's vendors selling paintings along the view of Notre Dame de Paris, in Paris. People are scattered throughout between the tree-lined Parisian streets. Or like flower vendors walking down the street with a view from the Pont Neuf bridge, the oldest standing bridge crossing the river Seine, with people are scattered throughout with cars depicted in the background. As well wonderful examples of his works the street scenes with bustling cars and the traffic of the people walking along the sidewalks in front of the storefront view of Parisian cafe's as well as wonderful depictions of the most important Parisian monuments and iconic views of the city of Paris. Including in each one of his works a diverse color palette with vibrant details that Salabet captures in a magnificent way of the architecture of Paris so beautifully; you can feel the energy of the day and the excitement.