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.
Paris under the snow in 1908
P. Bonis-Charancle Oil on re-used cardboard 70 X 42 cm, mounted in a molded oak frame 78 X 50 cm. Signed, located and dated 08 for 1908. Even if
Renée Hanin Oil on thin cardboard 75.5 X 47 cm, held by cardboard in a modern black frame with Africanist motifs 79 X 50 cm. Circa 1930.
Ermanno Besozzi 1912 – 1986 Oil on canvas 70 X 80 cm. Born in Sesto Calende in Lombardy, he worked a lot in the nearby city of Milan, but
The embroidered vest
French school 1821 Oil on canvas 64 X 55 cm, mounted by a cleat in an Empire period frame 79 X 66 cm (small accidents). A very fine restoration
Putto playing harp
Pierre Victor Galland 1822 – 1892 Drawing 23 X 29 cm in red chalk heightened with pastel, slightly squared in white stone, named in a
Blanche Odin 1865 – 1957 Watercolor, diameter 26 cm, mounted in its original gilded frame, a little broken, diameter 31 cm. If Redouté was
Trawlers in the harbor
Gisèle Ferrandier 1909 – 1990 Oil on canvas recto-verso 65 X 81 cm, mounted in an inverted brown and gold frame 80 X 95 cm a little rugged.
Blanche Odin 1865 – 1957 Watercolor, diameter 26 cm, mounted in its original gilded frame, diameter 31 cm. If Redouté was the greatest
The handsome guy
Jacques Burel 1922 – 2000 Oil on canvas 55 X 38 cm, signed and dated 8 51 (for August 1951), mounted in a flocked frame of the time 70 X 54
Monkey eating a fruit
Thomas François Cartier 1879 – 1943 Enamelled terracotta with thick gray, brown and green glaze 22 X 10 X 21 cm. The author, a formidable