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meeting street artist and ordering a portrait

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A question for the experienced Paris travelers:
Would anyone suggest an area where I can see/meet some artists who set up their belongings on the street side and sell little paintings and do portraits.

I remember seeing them many years ago at some tourist stops. Would like to find some that would make me a portrait of my grandkid by looking at a photograph.

Also, can someone give me a rough idea as to what they usually charge for portraits, so I have some clue.

Years ago, I had bought some tiny watercolor pictures made by such artists and they are still a
treasure.

Any advice will be helpful. Thanks for your time and effort, have a great day.

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