Brooch Bloom of youth
Silicone, pigments, pearls of glass, steel and wire
Gratuated in 2010 from a Master of Fine Art, Metalwork and Jewelry Kookmin University in Seoul.
The strange and original work of Seulgi fascinates us with these organi forms and the material used, the silicone.
“There is no imitation of nature but research on a very primitive form of life, in shimmering colours. The shape of the cells is the basic element for my creations. Nature provides an infinite possibility of creations.”
A hybrid plant-animal world told in a magnicent and very mature work.
Joseph Lailhaca 1876 – 1920 Oil on canvas 46 X 55.5 cm, mounted in a very beautiful Parnassian frame 76 X 84 cm. The Bordeaux artist, who
Still life with fried eggs
H. Dupont 19th century Oil on canvas 38 X 46 cm, mounted in a gilded frame 53 X 61 cm. Two small very well done restorations visible on the back.
The plate of cherries
Victor van Hove 1825 – 1891 Oil on canvas 38 X 46 cm mounted in a beautiful gilt frame with channels 62 X 72 cm. Circa 1870. This adorable
Conrad Peter Schreiber 1816 – 1894 Gouache 58 X 41 cm, mounted by a marie-louise in a gilded Empire frame 75 X 58 cm. Signed and dated 1863
Bouquet of red roses in an enamelled earthenware vase
Blanche Odin 1865 – 1957 Watercolor 26 X 32 cm presented in its period red, green and gold frame, “museum” glass and neutral pH
Lady in the garden
Alexandre François Bonnardel 1867 – 1942 Oil on canvas 27 X 41 cm, mounted in a gilded frame (which reframes by hiding a good part of the
Max Jacob in an armchair
Pablo Picasso MAX JACOB IN THE ARMCHAIR 1916 1881 – 1973 Facsimile print on very thin and fragile paper 37.5 X 27.5 cm, in two tones,
O homen electrico
Goncalo Mabunda born in 1975 “O homem Electrico” (The electric man), 2015, mask/sculpture made up of bullet casings of different calibers, iron,
Pablo Picasso Malaga 1881/Mougins 1973 Atelier Madoura: “Divers or three characters on a springboard” 1956. Round/square convex wall
Abstract wall sculpture
Rayond Trameau 1897-1985 Mixed technique on black painted chipboard 41 X 39 cm, combining enamels on copper, yellow copper and chiseled red