11 février 2016

Bas Meeuws, Vanitas and other still life

Bas Meeuws, Still life © 2014 Bas Meeuws Bas Meeuws, Vanitas © 2014 Bas Meeuws Bas Meeuws, Vanitas © 2014 Bas Meeuws  Bas Meeuws, Vanitas © 2014 Bas Meeuws Bas Meeuws, Vanitas © 2014 Bas Meeuws  Bas Meeuws, Vanitas © 2014 Bas Meeuws Bas Meeuws, Still life © 2014 Bas Meeuws  Bas Meeuws, Still life © 2014 Bas Meeuws Bas Meeuws website
Posté par Alain Truong à 22:56 - - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
Tags : , ,

11 février 2016

Extraordinary private collection of 16th-century works on view for the first time to the public

Giorgio Ghisi, “The Vision of Ezekiel”, 1554, engraving. Private collection of Kirk Edward Long. Photo: Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University STANFORD, CA.- More than 180 works, selected from one of the most extensive private collections of Mannerist prints in the world, epitomize the 16th-century’s extravagant and sophisticated style. Opening at Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center on February 10, Myth, Allegory and Faith: The Kirk Edward Long Collection of Mannerist Prints reveals the scope and... [Lire la suite]
11 février 2016

Jorge Welsh to display an exceptional Chinese porcelain pagoda at TEFAF Maastricht 2016

Blue and White Eight Tiered Pagoda, China — Qing dynasty (1644-1911), late 18th century/early 19th century. Porcelain decorated in underglaze cobalt blue and gold. H. 90 cm L. 28 cm. © Jorge Welsh Works of Art. LONDON.- A comprehensive collection of works of art, illustrating the best of cross-cultural encounters between Europe, Africa, India, China and Japan, has been chosen purposely for the TEFAF fair by Jorge Welsh Works of Art. TEFAF will open its doors to the public on the 11th of March and close on Sunday... [Lire la suite]
11 février 2016

Maîtres du Design: Exposition inédite de dessins couvrant près d'un siècle de création joaillière à Sotheby's Londres

Van Cleef & Arpels - Attributed to René-Sim Lacaze, Study for an important necklace, 1935-41.  © Sotheby's LONDON- From 18th February to 8th March 2016, Sotheby’s London is set to stage an exhibition that shines a spotlight on an aspect of jewellery which is little known, yet one that is absolutely critical to the production of all the greatest designs: the drawing preceding the jewel, which is very often a work of art in itself. The exhibition, entitled “Masters of Design”, will consist of hundreds of previously... [Lire la suite]