Antique dealer's portraits

Design is often a reflection of the culture and innovation of an era, and Oscar Niemeyer's Alta Lounge Chair is no exception. Designed by the illustrious Brazilian architect Oscar…
In the world of fashion and art, it is not uncommon for two creative worlds to come together to give birth to something extraordinary. This fusion is often the catalyst for a new…
Émile Gallé (1846-1904) is a multi-talented artist, glassmaker, ceramist and cabinetmaker. He was one of the main actors in the revival of decorative arts at the end of the 19th…
In the world of design, some objects transcend their utilitarian function to become true works of art. Such is the case with the magnificent armchair designed by Jean Marais in…
1966 saw the emergence of the S ring by craftsman Jean Vendome, who then extended the range to include a bracelet, a necklace, a pair of ear clips, and finally the Double S ring.…
Founded in the hills of Naples, the Royal Manufactory of Capodimonte stands like an artistic jewel, witness to the history and artistic refinement of Italy. Founded in the 18th…
The Directoire Style, emerging as a transition between the splendor of the Louis XVI Style and the opulence of the Empire, is part of a pivotal period covering the Revolution (…
Armand Petersen (1891-1968) was born in Switzerland, where he studied sculpture. Like many other artists, he developed his art in Paris. His passion, integrity and aesthetic sense…
The Camaleonda sofa has transcended trends to become a true timeless classic. Designed in the 1970s, this modular sofa has made itself desirable among design enthusiasts for…
Renowned for their elegance and sophistication, Venetian mirrors have a fascinating history that dates back centuries. Created by Venetian master glassmakers whose skills have…
Renowned for its elegance all over the world, Italian design has given birth to many icons. Among them, the Medea armchair by Vittorio Nobili occupies a prominent place. Created…
Hans Hollein was born in 1934 in Vienna, Austria. He is one of the best-known representatives of post-modernism. His creations cover many fields, architecture, design, town…
Joe Colombo (1930-1971) took his first steps into the world of creation as a painter at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. He will join the current of Arte Nucleare,…
The Louis XV style The 18th century marks the golden age of French and European furniture The Louis XIV, Regency, Louis XV, Transition and Louis XVI styles have all, as much as…
Famous for its transparency, its unity and its sculptural approach, the Diamond Chair by Harry Bertoia was created in 1952. Let's take a look at this design icon, of astonishing…
The Brazil Modernist gallery celebrates 100 years of Geraldo de Barros, Brazilian artist, photographer and designer who pushed the limits of artistic creation. As a furniture…
Passionate about the "arts du feu", this technique bringing together three vital elements, earth, water and fire, Laurence Vauclair talks to us today about one of the French…
Michael Thonet (1796-1871), Well known for his bentwood furniture, whose simplicity will influence later designers Michael Thonet is the founder of a family business and pioneer…
Let's discover a little known universe but which is nevertheless everywhere around us, that of door handles. Jean-Pierre and Monique Jankovsky have made it their specialty for 20…
Collector and decorator, Céline Faraud Luzu offers a first installation at the Pradier-Jeauneau gallery Between December 02 and 18, we will be able to discover her universe, a…
Nima Torbati is currently presenting the CM 141 desk by Pierre Paulin. Sleek and straight silhouette, find out more about this iconic model from the famous designer. Pierre Paulin…
Eloïse Poirson and Emmanuel Roucher from the Galerie Rage highlight their favorite artwork, a painting on silk by Kaiteki Toda, Le Squelette dans la nature , poetic vanity, symbol…
Leopoldo Torres Aguero, beyond optical art Hugo Greiner makes us discover the universe of Leopoldo Torres Aguero (1924-1995), a singular artist close to the Kinetic movement but…
The alleys of Paul Bert Serpette, Stéphane Girardot already knows them, and even perfectly because a large part of his career was here. Back to basics for this expert who invites…