Artist

Rebecca Plotnick
Chicago, Illinois

Rebecca Plotnick took an unconventional route into the world of photography. She grew up in Ohio and studied Apparel Merchandising at Indiana University, but couldn’t stay away from her camera. After a transformative travel abroad experience in college, her dream job was to become a travel photographer. In 2013, she gave up her apartment in Chicago and followed her dream to live in Paris. She found an apartment in Montmartre and lived there for 3 months. Getting lost on the streets of Paris is where she finds her favorite images. Today, she splits her time between the Windy City and the City of Light.

Artist and Customer Comments


commentsWalking in Lisbon
J Beery 3/2/2014 | 3:19 PM

Beautiful! Any ability to get a larger size in Walking in Lisbon (or another architectural work?)

commentsSpring in the Petit Palais
M Tecklenburg 10/23/2013 | 2:49 PM

I love everything French and I absolutely love this piece! You are a very talented artist and I look forward to having this in my new home.

M Hearn 10/6/2012 | 5:57 PM

Thank you for your vision....have been looking for this style for years. M.Hearn

commentsParis Cafe in The Rain
K Roberts purchased this artwork. 10/29/2011 | 11:26 AM

My husband and I just go back from a trip to Paris and I wanted a photograph to remind us of our favorite city. I searched all over the internet for the perfect photo that really captured what we love about Paris. When I saw "Paris Cafe in the Rain" I knew I had found the one. It is stunning and I look at it everyday! Thank you for bringing Paris into our home.

Rebecca Plotnick 8/11/2011 | 6:07 PM

Hi, I would love to help you out with find the right combination for your dining room. Can you tell which ones you are are looking at and what the size is of the total space? The picture of the chairs in Paris is under the paperwork site under my name. I am traveling in Paris until Monday so there will be lots more photos to look at too!! I look forward to working with you. Rebecca

N Bean 8/11/2011 | 8:59 AM

I love your work. I am looking to buy a few for my dining room of Paris in black n white. Can you help me with the right size?I also can't find the picture of chairs in Paris that was in color.

commentsRiding the Subway
B Stotsky 6/25/2011 | 1:32 AM

Awesome as usual Rebecca!

Rebecca Plotnick 5/29/2011 | 7:31 AM

Hi! There would be no problem getting a larger size for you. Would a 30x45 be large enough or do you need bigger? You can email me at rebeccaplotnick@hotmail.com if that is easier. Thanks!

M Leveille 5/28/2011 | 11:28 AM

Hi Rebecca, I have fallen in love with your ''Hall of Mirrors Versailles'' photography but 24X36'' is too small for what I would like to do with it. Would it be possible to have it in a bigger format? Thanks for letting me know!

commentsLOVE
J Schreiber purchased this artwork. 2/25/2011 | 7:21 PM

LOVE the photo. Bought it as a get-well gift for someone and am having a really hard time parting with it.

commentsParis Cafe
I Quinn purchased this artwork. 12/21/2010 | 8:42 AM

Paris is one of my favorite places, funny enough when I look at my photo's it's the usual cliche landmark's but this photo is as much Paris as any tower.

Rainy Afternoon in Paris
by REBECCA PLOTNICK

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2014, limited edition of 100
Archival photographic print on heavyweight, acid-free soft gloss paper. Features a 1.5" white border around the image to allow for easy framing. Includes a certificate of authenticity.
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A rainy afternoon in Paris, France.

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