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.
Red-haired lady with glasses
German Taibo Gonzales 1889 La Corogne -1919 Paris Oil on canvas 41 X 33 cm, mounted in a contemporary gilt frame 51 X 43 cm. In this rare
Children’games at the beach
Paul Michel Dupuy 1969 – 1949 Oil on canvas board 34 X 22 cm, mounted in a beautiful golden “eared” frame 54 X 43 cm. Circa
Serge Ponomarew Indian ink with brush on paper approximately 40 X 20 cm (irregular cut), signed lower right, numbered label and stamp of the
José Maria Jardines 1862 – 1914 ? Oil on canvas 38 X 46 cm, mounted in a gilded frame 49 X 56 cm. Signed lower right, not very legible:
Waves and seagulls
Jean Louis Paguenaud 1876 – 1952 Oil on panel 48 X 74 cm, mounted in a superb contemporary Parnassian frame 64 X 88 cm. You know that I
Carpet merchant on the beach
Raymond Diedrickx 1904 – 1978 Oil on hard cardboard 48.5 X 65.5 cm mounted in a gilt baguette with white marie-louise 64 X 75 cm. Slightly
At the restaurant
Véronique Wirbel 1950 – 1990 Mixed technique (gouache, charcoal and collage) on paper 158 X 129 cm, mounted by the edges on a new canvas
Roses and anemones
René Morère 1907 – 1942 Oil on hard cardboard 27 X 35 cm, mounted in a beautiful gilt frame with reverse slope 41 x 48 cm. Circa 1937.
Study for the Dax jug market
Alex Lizal 1878 – 1915 Oil on canvas from Sennelier 38 X 46 cm, mounted in a superb gilt frame with channels 58 X 66 cm. Signed and dated
Young girl with pearls
Attributed to Joseph Marie Vien Le Jeune 1761 – 1848 Oil on oval canvas 60 X 46 cm, mounted in an Empire frame with oval view 80 X 65 cm