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Hymne à la Joie, refers to Beethoven’s ninth symphony, and is an in-situ installation for the Galeries Lafayette, Paris, in July 2011.
Xavier Veilhan, a major figure in the art world, has presented a polymorphous work that questions modes of historic and contemporary representation.
A surprising, original and imaginative creation, the chest of drawers Happy Birthday, conceived as a big and colorful present by the designer Mattia Bonetti.
The exhibition evokes a phantasmagorical mental landscape through the work of eleven women artists. The techniques are many and varied, announcing a mysterious journey ahead.
A book of creations imagined by young graphic designer Frédéric Teschner — the result of a “carte blanche” given by the editor.
This « travel log » shows 47 artists' drawings living in Nice, invited to give a vision of "their" Nice, the place where they live.
Exceptional box with 6 volumes of stencilled illustrations of the cut-out work of Matisse (Chasubles and stained-glass windows) created for the Chapel of the Rosary in Vence (South of France).
Exceptional hand-coloured pochoir print with gouache of the Blue Nude by Henri Matisse on Arches vellum paper.
An exceptional selection of hand-coloured cards on Arche vellum paper is presented ont the book La Piscine.
The ornamental panels for Polynesia created by Matisse in 1946, are here reproduced in double sized hand-coloured stencilled illustrations and sketches, according to his cut-out work.
Book in a portfolio presents contemporary tapestries and carpets from the French Manufactures of Gobelins, Beauvais and Savonnerie, created by international artists since 1965.
Exceptional pochoir print of The Wave by Henri Matisse. Each stencil print on Arches paper is hand-coloured.
An exceptional selection of hand-coloured cards on Arche vellum paper is presented.
Silkscreen from Matisse’s drawing created for the Chapel of the Rosary in Vence in 1951.
This book presents an ensemble of opaque watercolours and oils paintings produced by Geneviève Claisse in 1965 and 1966.
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