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28 articles taggés "furniture"
Cresson chairs enter the Louvre
Abel Landry's armchair joins the Musée d'Orsay
PAD London: a good harvest
Mathias Ary Jan
The new executive team of the Biennale Paris, headed by Mathias Ary Jan, is boldly striking out, aware of the issues and expectations at stake.
The UAM: twilight of the moderns?
Rebirth of the Queen's Hamlet
The main house in the Queen's Hamlet is opening after two years' remarkable renovation work. A promenade through this little theatre of rural life…
A trend-free Benjamin Steinitz
His father made their name famous throughout the world. Benjamin Steinitz, one of the last top dealers in the French 18th century, recently moved to…
Asian treasures from a diplomat
The Kugels: a taste for the beautiful
Caillebotte’s family home
Karl Lagerfeld: the colour of the 18th century
To pay tribute to the couturier who died on 19 February, La Gazette has decided to focus on the collector, particularly his love for the French 18th…
Ole Høstbo in the vanguard
The founder of the Dansk Møbelkunst gallery certainly helped the emergence of the Scandinavian design market. Specialising in 20th century furniture…
Sormani, prince of the micro-mosaic
When Rome meets Paris, the result is a successful marriage of great style, such as this micro-mosaic pedestal table by Sormani.
A triumphant Art Deco sale
Printz and Fjerdinstad: two highlights in a sale dedicated to Art Deco, where yesterday's one-of-a-kind pieces met with success at auction today.
The Benkemoun Villa: an architectural rebirth
This iconic 1970s house, recently restored by the journalist couple Brigitte Benkemoun and Thierry Demaizière, will be reborn this summer during the…
An outpost in Versailles for the Osenat auction house
Fontainebleau, Paris, and now Versailles: Jean-Pierre Osenat aims to bring the 17 th and 18 th centuries back into the limelight by setting up in the…
Heddle setters of Flanders and Parisian cabinetmakers
Items from the Renaissance and fine antique furniture shared top billing in this sale in Tours: a rare occurrence.
PAD London: Brexit ain't scary!
Neither regulars nor newcomers have any fears over its success: the quality and exclusiveness of their designer pieces ensure a powerful identity for…
Oeben, Rubestuck and Criaerd
Eighteenth-century cabinetmakers hailed for three chests of drawers
Erté revisits the château of Beauty and the beasts
The sale of this dream-like world, a group of decorative items from an east Paris château, produced positively stratospheric results.
G is for galuchat
This term, covering both the material and the technique, applies to the denticle-covered skins of stingrays and sharks. Initially used as an abrasive,…
Pierre Legrain: a Dada designer?
Africanist-Cubist, Modern or Art Deco? Laurence Salmon's monograph, published by Norma, provides a chance to examine this free-spirited creator with…
Man's best friend portrayed by Nevers
In Lille, the spotlight was on some fine 17th and 18th century furniture, preceded by a pair of curious blue dogs.
H is for hardstone
Pliny the Elder attributed its invention to the Greeks. Fifteen hundred years later, the popularity of hardstone marquetry extends beyond architecture…
The decorative arts according to Majorelle, Arman and Van der Meeren
Formal approaches contrasted on the Côte d'Opale, like the quirky, musical world of the iconoclastic sculptor and the nature-inspired environment of…
A perfect pair and 18th-century French craftsmanship
The 18 th century made a triumphant return to Drouot with a beautiful suite of furnishings from major French collections, for a conclusive result flirting…
Agnès Kentish, timeless design
Agnès Kentish launched Élizabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti at her gallery En attendant les barbares. Today she features designers’ creations inspired…
Hervé Van der Straeten and Alexandre Biaggi: A Pair of Aesthetes
Hervé Van der Straeten designed a collection for antique dealer Alexandre Biaggi – a match made in heaven for two people with a love of decorative…
An imperial yellow: Gift for Emperor Qianlong?
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