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18 articles taggés "Sea"
Pierre Brissaud at the Top of the Bill
The French illustrator took centre stage with a series of original drawings, including a cover illustration for the American magazine House & Garden…
The Ever-alluring Mediterranean
Theo Van Rysselberghe put all his love of the South into this light-drenched landscape.
Memories of the Pausa Villa
Friendly ghosts of famous people and a magical setting overlooking the Mediterranean led to results that exceeded expectations.
Fireworks for Henry Moret in Brest
A final look back at a sale in the summer of 2019, which featured several paintings by Henry Moret in Brest.
The Power of Sabavala, the Grace of Maillol
Eagerly awaited on La Croisette, this work by an Indian master rarely represented in France paved the way for other gems by Maillol and Rivière.
Renoir and the Sea
A small painting by Renoir depicting a timeless Mediterranean, once owned by Vollard, charmed beyond expectations.
A Voyage Crowned with Success for Yeats
This painting by the Irish artist was eagerly awaited at auction, as his work with its powerful style is not often found this side of the Atlantic.…
Aivazovsky's Calm Strength Rewarded
The work of one of the most famous Romantic Russian painters was now within reach in Saint-Malo. Its radiant beauty inspired a fierce bidding battle.…
From Van Goyen to Jean Marais: Outstanding Works on La Croisette
Dutch painting notched up first place in the three-day marathon held at Palm Beach in Cannes, while some expressive sculptures illustrated the great…
Joseph Sima’s Victorious Return
Fascinated by Greek mythology, the Bohemia-born painter tackled the eventful life of Theseus, while Guillaumin preferred the landscapes of the Creuse…
A "Great" Van Ruysdael
The invention of landscape painting by the Dutch never ceases to surprise us with its modernity. It paved the way for atmospheric painting.
Modern Art Sets Sail
From Dufy to Angarola, the program was rich and during the lockdown a journey through painting is a tempting invitation.
Delightful modern landscapes: from Manguin to Signac
The fine program of this auction in Avignon included works by the highly sought-after artists Manguin and Signac, as well as their forerunners Desprez…
Old Masters: Guardi and Coypel
A view of the Giudecca by Francesco Guardi and the Regent’s son in Versailles
Henry Moret: Brittany Wins!
A brisk westerly wind blew through Paris thanks to two oil on canvas paintings by Henry Moret.
Marquet and Lépine’s Vibrant Homage to Bordeaux
The fifth sale since 2015 in the now highly popular "Bordeaux Paintings" auction series has again attested to the city’s vibrant creativity.
Jean-François Millet Goes to Sea
A rare seascape from the Count Doria collection met with success.
Bruno Petitcollot Collection: An Inspiration to Travel
On April 23, collectors will have a chance to eye some sailing instruments, globes, half-hulls and boat models, engraved sperm whale teeth and paintings…
The American Realism of John Register
Artsy and the Myth of Sisyphus
The Dark Eye of Odilon Redon: Dreamer of the Infinite
The Truly Sculptural "Crash" Watch by Cartier
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