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Roberto Matta, un artiste recherché

Roberto Matta, an artist recherché

Roberto Matta, surrealist painter who is popular
Roberto Matta Echaurren, who often liked to introduce himself as "Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurren", known as Matta, was a Chilean surrealist painter, born on November 11, 1911, in Santiago de Chile, and died in Civitavecchia (Italy), on November 23, 2002.
Matta began studying architecture in Santiago de Chile. In 1933, he abandoned his career and moved to France. He first worked in the studio of Le Corbusier and then traveled to Spain, where he met the poets Rafael Alberti and Federico Garcia Lorca. He also traveled to Scandinavia, where he met Alvar Aalto, and to London, where he met Henry Moore, Roland Penrose and René Magritte.
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Antonio Fabres y Costa peintre orientaliste

Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa

Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa (1854-1936) known as Antonio Fabrés, what value for his drawings or paintings, what quotation to attribute?
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Vassily Kandinsky

Vassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky, what is his current value on the art market?
What is the estimate of your Kandinsky painting, lithograph or drawing?
Russian painter, engraver and art theorist, Wassily Kandinsky participated in 1911 in the editing of the almanac "Der Blaue Reiter" and organized its exhibition.
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Henri Vever

Henri Vever

Henri Vever was a French jeweler, writer and collector.
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Augustin Lesage, grande figure de l'art brut

Augustin Lesage

Self-taught, from a modest background, his style is unlike any other.
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Joseph Bernard, cotation et estimation de sculptures

Joseph Bernard, sculptor

Joseph Bernard, what quotation on the art market?
Let's take a look at the life of Joseph Bernard, who was he?
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Hold-up au musée

Hold-up au musée

As the years go by, the surveillance of museums and galleries is more and more rigorous...and the burglaries more and more elaborate. From 1911 to 2015, a look back at ten famous thefts that have rocked the art world.
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Mai Thu, une cote en plein boom

Mai Thu

The Vietnamese painter Mai Trung Thu (November 10, 1906-October 10, 1980) has been known since the late 1950s for his representations of children, painted with gouache on silk. These works, widely distributed through reproductions, have contributed to the knowledge of traditional Vietnamese life, both in times of peace and in the turmoil of the Vietnam War. He is also a film maker and amateur photographer, and a musician who expresses this passion through all the periods of his painting.
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Demeter Chiparus, cote et estimation

Demeter Haralamb Chiparus

Demeter Haralamb Chiparus
Demeter Haralamb Chiparus (1886-1947) was a sculptor of the Art Deco era. He lived and worked in Paris.
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Tamara de Lempicka, une femme libérée

Tamara de Lempicka, a free woman

Thanks to an innate talent for communication and media coverage, Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980) skilfully constructed her character as a woman painter. Fiercely fashionable in the interwar period, she integrated the codes of the emerging entertainment society, creating works as effective as advertising posters or Hollywood photographs.
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Shepard Fairey 5 sérigraphies aux enchères

Shepard Fairey 5 sérigraphs in auction

A nice set of 5 serigraphs at auction by Shepard Fairey aka Obey.
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Marcel Cosson, cote et estimation

Marcel Cosson

Born in 1878 in Bordeaux. Died in 1956 in Paris. 20th century, Marcel Cosson is a French Post-Impressionist painter.
He first exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français in Paris, of which he became a member, honorable mention in 1901, third medal in 1911, then at the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and at the Salon des Tuileries.
He often treated subjects of opera, ballet, circus. He was a painter of women, of Parisian life, of the world of dance and theater. (ref. Bénézit)
 
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Léon Haffner, estimation et cote

Léon Haffner

Some paintings are presented in auction but do not meet the same success as the watercolors or gouaches which by their technique brings an incomparable nuance, retranscribing the atmosphere of the sea wanted by the artist Haffner
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Alexandre Roubtzoff, cote et estimation

Alexandre Roubtzoff

The paintings and watercolors of Alexander Roubtzoff are very successful. The quotation of this artist is stable, without evolution these last years.
This artist of Russian origin fell under the spell of Tunisia. He established his residence there permanently. His paintings, drawings and watercolors are a true testimony of the richness of artistic creation in Tunis between the two wars.
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Gaston Chaissac, estimation et cote

Gaston Chaissac

The quotation of the artist Gaston Chaissac is very disparate, depending on the subjects and periods of his work.
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Olivier Debré, cote et estimation

Olivier Debré


What quotation for the artist Olivier Debré ? 

Olivier Debré (1920-1999) was quickly attracted to painting, immersed in an artistic environment, his grandfather being the painter Edouard Debat-Ponsan (1847-1913). After graduating from the Ecole des Beaux Arts, he attended Le Corbusier's studio. His first solo exhibition in 1949 was positively received by the critics. This is the time when he met Hartung, Pierre Soulages, Michel Atlan, Dewasne, Deyrolle or Gérard Schneider.  He represented France in 967 at the Universal Exhibition in Montreal. Great retrospective in 1995 at the Jeu de Paume.
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Jacques Germain, cote et estimation

Jacques Germain

Jacques Germain was a French artist who studied at the Académie Moderne directed by Fernand Léger and Amédée Ozenfant. It was during this period that Blaise Cendrars and Fernand Léger advised his parents to send him to the Bauhaus in 1931.
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Sam Francis cote et estimation

Sam Francis and the Art market

Sam Francis, an aesthetic of color
Sam Francis is an American artist who developed an aesthetic of color in his paintings. He is part of different movements of his time linked to famous artists such as Rothko, Pollock or Kooning. Non-figurative painting, the background of his paintings serves as a support for the theatrical space for his figures and the relationship between figures and backgrounds embodies the story he tells.
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Vins et spiritueux la note de l'expert

Wines and Spirits the expert's note

DOMAINE DE JOUANDA: Armagnac is the oldest brandy in France!  
CHÂTEAU HAUT BRION 
LES AMOUREUSES DE MOINE HUDELOT
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Antoine Louis Barye

Antoine Louis Barye

At the age of fifteen, Barye began his apprenticeship with a metal engraver. This awakened his vocation as a sculptor, which he confirmed by becoming Bosio's pupil in 1816.
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Georges Lavroff sa carrière de sculpteur

Georges Lavrov

George Lavroff was born in Siberia on April 18, 1895. In 1927, he leaves for France to create numerous art deco animal sculptures. Back in Russia in 1935, George Lavroff became an official artist and created, in connection with this status and the Soviet regime, monumental sculptures and busts of Soviet leaders. The sculptor George Lavroff died on August 29, 1991.
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Jean Léon Gérôme

Jean Léon Gérôme

Jean-Léon Gérôme went to Paris in 1841 and was a pupil of Paul Delaroche, whom he accompanied to Italy in 1844-1845. On his return, he made a name for himself at the 1846 Salon with his "Combat de coqs", a painting that already illustrated his concern for authentic detail and for which he received the gold medal. Then he changed genre and exhibited: The Virgin, The Child Jesus and St. John, and, as during : Anacreon, Bacchus and Love. In 1848 Gérôme was awarded a second medal. He then gave: Bacchus and Love drunk, Greek Interior and Remembrance of Italy (1851), View of Paestum (1852), Idyll (1853).
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Armand Martial

Armand Martial

The sculptor Armand Martial (1884- 1960), winner of the Prix de Rome in 1913, responded to many official commissions and war memorials, including the equestrian statue of the King of the Belgians Albert I.
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Jean Dufy

Jean Dufy

Jean Dufy was born under the first names Jean Jacques Gustave on March 12, 1888 in Le Havre, the seventh of a family of eleven children, from a father who was an accountant in a metallurgy company and a talented amateur musician. After his military service (1910-1912), he moved to Paris where he met Derain, Braque, Picasso and Apollinaire. In his first watercolors, exhibited at Berthe Weill's gallery in 1914, muted tones, browns, blues, dark reds, rub shoulders with the hatching technique inherited from Cézanne through the work of his brother Raoul Dufy.
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Ary Bitter connu pour ses sculptures animalières

Ary Bitter

Ary Bitter, born in Marseille on May 29, 1883 and died on June 14, 1973 in Paris, is a French sculptor.
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Paul Jouve et ses panthères

Paul Jouve

Paul Jouve has traveled to zoos all over the world to observe lions, tigers and panthers.
His paintings are of perfect anatomical accuracy, evoking with power, suppleness, and nobility of the big cats.
His unmistakable style, characteristic makes him the great representative of the wild beasts.
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Shane Guffogg, associé au mouvement abstrait

Shane Guffogg, associated with abstract movement

Shane Guffogg (born August 12, 1962) is an American artist associated with the abstract art movement. He has worked in the media of painting, drawing, and sculpture. Guffogg lives and works between Los Angeles and Strathmore, California.
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Robert Couturier, une cote en hausse

Robert Couturier

Freeing himself from Maillol's lessons, Robert Couturier (1905-2008) preferred line to modeling.
With a minimum of means, he sculpts feminine nudes, often filiform, in the image of this woman wiping her leg (h. 132 cm). This is a bronze print bearing the mark of Susse Frères in Paris. Dated 1952, numbered 3/6, sold at 87 000 € including costs.
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Patrick Rubinstein et la Kinetic Pop art

Patrick Rubinstein and the Kinetic Pop art

"It's a great source of pride to know that we have brought emotion to people who have a museum of contemporary art. Entering the museum is the pleasure of sharing one's art, of delivering new sensations. »
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Andy Warhol, qui était-il?

Andy Warhol, qui était-il?

Andy Warhol, his real name is Andrew Warhola, was born on August 6, 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His parents are of Slovak origin. In 1945 he studied at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburg, where he discovered advertising. In 1949, he obtained the title of Bachelor of Fine Arts. It is during these studies that he adopts the technique of stamped drawing.
Andy Warhol first worked as an advertising designer in New York, notably for Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. He then worked for Glamour Magazine, Dance Magazine and the New York Times in 1955.
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Chanel et Jacky Kennedy

Chanel and Jacky Kennedy

Jacky Kennedy, always "Bankable".
"Fashion passes, style remains": Jackie Kennedy perfectly embodies Coco Chanel's adage. Known for her natural elegance, the famous first lady of the 60's has remained an essential figure of style.
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Francis Bacon et sa cote

Francis Bacon and the art market

Setting a record at 95 million euros for Three Studies by Lucian Freud, auctioned off in November 2013, Francis Bacon moves into the category of the most expensive artists in the world behind Picasso and Warhol but before Monet or Richter.
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Arman et ses objets

Arman and its objects

Arman, throughout his life developed several creative processes around objects, including accumulation, destruction and cutting. He nevertheless ended up transcending them by accelerating their life process, making them eternal in the manner of Pompei.
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Une vente, trois caves, une sélection

One sale, three cellars, a selection

Three cellars from amateurs of different landscapes.
Some nice references to remember!
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Albert Bouquillon, un plâtre d'atelier

Albert Bouquillon

Bouquillon's works are mainly busts or statues in bronze or plaster. By their sobriety, the sculptor tries to "breathe a soul" into them according to Christine Gleiny. 
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André Vincent Becquerel, panthère

André Vincent Becquerel, panthère

André Vincent Becquerel (1893-1981) is a French sculptor. He studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris, under the direction of Hector Lemaire and Prosper Lecourtier.
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Georges Guyot, 3 sculptures aux enchères

Georges Guyot, 3 sculptures at auction

Georges Lucien Guyot was born in Paris in 1885. He made an apprenticeship with a wood sculptor and first reproduced old works but very soon he showed an attraction for nature. He regularly visits the Jardin des Plantes where he studies and draws animals, with a preference for felines, bears and monkeys.
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Charles Cumberworth

Charles Cumberworth

Son of an English officer and a French mother, Charles Cumberworth (1811-1852) arrived in Paris at a very young age. A pupil of the sculptor James Pradier (1790-1852), he entered the School of Fine Arts in 1829 and won the Grand Prix de Rome in 1842.
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Christophe Fratin, un porte cigares original

Christophe Fratin, cigar holder

Christophe Fratin was born in 1801 in Metz and died in 1864 in Le Raincy, near Paris. According to sources, his father was a shoemaker or - which could be the origin of his son's vocation - an animal stuffer.
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Charles Artus, chat égyptien

Charles Artus

Charles Artus (1897-1978) is considered to be the animal sculptor of the interwar period who knew how to stylize like Pompon, with enough originality not to be regarded as a pupil or follower of the "Pioneer of Style".
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Maximilien Fiot, pierre

Maximilien Fiot

Maximilien Fiot is a French sculptor born in Le Grand-Pressigny in 1886. He is the pupil of the French sculptor Prosper Lecourtier.
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James Pradier, 3 sculptures

James Pradier

This French sculptor, born in Geneva into a Protestant family who took refuge in Switzerland after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, made a career in France that was very much supported by court commissions.
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François Pompon

François Pompon

François Pompon is a French sculptor born in 1855 in Saulieu and died in 1933 in Paris. 
Born into a family of craftsmen, he began his apprenticeship with his father, a carpenter-cabinet maker.
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Alexandre Calder

Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder was born in 1898 into a family of artists. 
His grandfather and father, Alexander Stirling Calder, are famous sculptors, and his mother, Nanette Lederer Calder, is a painter. As a child, Calder had his own workshop and made jewelry for his little sister's dolls and brass animals from scrap metal.
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Robert Couturier

Robert Couturier

In 1928, Robert Couturier met Maillol, who encouraged him to pursue his career in sculpture. He tells him: "You, Couturier, in the bad-ass genre, you will do something very well". Indeed, Robert Couturier's sculptures, generally in bronze, are particular. He conceives an innovative representation of the human body by stretching their limbs and playing with space.
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Shane Guffog

Shane Guffog

Shane Guffogg (Guf-fogg; born August 12, 1962) is an American artist associated with the abstract art movement. He has worked in the media of painting, drawing, and sculpture. Guffogg lives and works between Los Angeles and Strathmore, California.
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Orhon Mubin

Orhon Mubin

Mübin Orhon was born in Istanbul in 1924, and it was during his first years in Paris, in parallel with his doctorate, that he began taking drawing courses at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière.
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Zao Wou Ki

Zao Wou Ki

The inventory of his gallery exhibitions, museum retrospectives, commissions and awards would be endless. From the 1980s onwards, his fame spread to Asia, Singapore - where he worked with the architect Ieoh Ming Pei -, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Korea.
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Marcel Dyf

Marcel Dyf

Marcel Dyf is the pseudonym of Marcel Dreyfus, born in 1899 in Paris and died in 1985. His family instilled in him a real interest in art by taking him to galleries and museums, where he discovered the paintings of the great masters.
From a very young age he was influenced by the masters Raphael, Rembrandt, Vermeert and Tiepolo, whose works he admired in the Louvre. He is also influenced by the impressionist works and in particular the works of Renoir both in the themes and in the rendering of the light effects in his works. Post-impressionist painters who heralded Fauvism and Expressionism, his gaze holds Van Gogh back, and his literary spirit is inspired by the writings of Paul Valery.
His themes are often close to him, he paints the seaside and landscapes of Normandy, views of Paris, portraits of his wife. In his painting he also inserts gipsies, bohemian female figures which reveal his artistic sensitivity. He paints delicate portraits, and landscapes which take up again the impressionist techniques using the plays of light and the harmony of the colors while bringing a rhythm and a personal vision to it. The expressions, and the hands of Marcel Dyf's portraits translate his will to tell stories through the figures he paints.
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Théo Tobiasse

Théo Tobiasse

Theo Tobiasse, was born in Israel in 1927. His family, who came from Lithuania, hoped to find the Promised Land there.
The work of this artist is imbued with the exile, the mother-lover, and reminiscences of childhood in Lithuania when his parents had to return there. The dacha in the green Kaletova countryside, the lights of the bullet-wheeled boats on the Neman, the sledges in the snowy streets of Kovno, but also the round teapots and the bellied samovars, symbols of family warmth...
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Jean Gaston Mantel

Jean Gaston Mantel

Jean-Gaston Mantel is a French painter of Amiens origin, having lived mainly in Morocco; he is mainly known for his paintings of Moroccan landscapes.
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Léonor Fini

Léonor Fini

Léonor Fini is a painter, engraver, lithographer, writer, illustrator and decorator. She was born in Buenos Aires in 1908. She spent her childhood in Trieste, Italy. Unlike many artists, she did not attend art school. It is her entourage and her love for books that instructs her in this field. She began painting at the age of fifteen.
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Kaws aux enchères

Kaws auctioned

KAWS is an American artist and designer who paints, sculpts and creates toys. Pop art and culture permeate his characters, such as Disney style Companion that resembles Takashi Murakami's illustrations.
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Banksy, oh oui !

Banksy, oh yeah!

Banksy is the pseudonym of an anonymous British artist, active since the 1990s. He is known for his satirical urban art. The artist uses stencil painting to get his messages across, often mixing politics, humour and poetry.
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C215 zone de confusion

C215 confusion zone

Known internationally, Christian Guémy dit C215 presents works painted on recycled objects in many galleries in France and around the world.
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NASTY, figure incontournable du street art français

NASTY, a key figure in French street art

French, Nasty was born in 1975. When his mother gave him a book on street-art, it was a revelation! He started graffiti in Paris in 1988, at the age of 13. 
Nasty, (translate "Méchant") is one of the most important underground artists in street-art.
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Banksy sur émail

Banksy on enamel

Keith Haring was one of the most celebrated artists of his time, and even today everyone knows his incomparable style and repertoire of iconic signs.
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Andy Warhol, absolute pop art

Andy Warhol, absolute pop art

Andy Warhol, his real name is Andrew Warhola, was born on August 6, 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His parents are of Slovak origin. In 1945, he studied at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburg, where he discovered advertising. In 1949, he obtained the title of Bachelor of Fine Arts. It is during these studies that he adopts the technique of stamped drawing.
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Emile Gilioli

Emile Gilioli

Emile Gilioli is one of the leaders of post-war abstract sculpture, alongside Brancusi and Arp
 
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Orhon Mubin

Orhon Mubin

Arriving in Paris in 1947, Orhon Mubin (1924-1981) discovered French Abstract Expressionism and was soon interested in the new pictorial practices born in the aftermath of the Second World War. The absurdity, doubt and fear provoked by the war introduced in artists a feeling of impossibility to represent reality with figurative art. They refocus on their emotions, their impulses and on the problems related to surface and space-time.
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Jean Gaston Mantel

Jean Gaston Mantel

An exceptional painting by Jean Gaston Mantel at auction
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Whiskys, Rhums, Champagnes, le coup de coeur de l'expert

Whiskies, Rums, Champagnes, the expert's favorite

On the occasion of the sale on Wednesday, October 14th, Expertisez.com / Encherissez.com will present a beautiful selection of bottles from a collector's cellar.
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Qui est Banksy ?

Who is Banksy ?

A mythical character of the graffiti scene, Banksy is identified as a modern-day troubadour. An illustrious artist, no social fact can resist him as he is so incisive and dishevelling in his art. Banksy has today his place among the greats of this world by his innumerable reprehensible but oh so subversive acts.
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Jean Despres coupe

Coupe Jean Despres

A beautiful model signed by Jean Despres
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5 stylos Montblanc aux enchères

5 Montblanc pens at auction

"We write forever or it's worthless. "Pierre Reverdy
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Jacques Adnet, table roulante

Jacques Adnet, rolling table

"We will find beauty in nobility and simplicity."
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Deux bronzes de Mitoraj aux enchères

Two bronzes of Mitoraj at auction

Igor Mitoraj's sculptures are attractive because of their singularity. Indeed, he has a different version of the representation of the human body. He never sculpts it entirely.
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Roger Godchaux, lionne en bronze

Roger Godchaux, bronze lioness

If all the domestic and wild bestiary is part of his artistic universe, it is the wild animals and elephants that have been his favorite subjects. Figurative sculptor, he represents the animal without artifice, in his attitudes of daily life.
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Ary Bitter, Orphée, bronze

Ary Bitter, Orphée, bronze

A very beautiful model featuring Orpheus at auction.
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Edouard Goerg, un style marqué

Edouard Goerg, a style

Edouard Goerg, appreciated by print lovers and bibliophiles, is an unknown painter. His flower-women, very conspicuous and evaporated, hide the artist's pre-war work.
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Paul-Emile Pissarro, dernier fils de Camille Pissarro

Paul-Emile Pissarro, last son of Camille Pissarro

Paul-Émile Pissarro is the fifth and last son of Camille Pissarro and Julie Vellay. Raised in an artistic household like his brothers, he seems to have been the most predisposed to painting.
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Edy Legrand, la couleur orientaliste

Edy Legrand, the orientalist color

In Morocco, Edy-Legrand is fascinated by the elements of life that he discovers in the incessant movement of the crowds and in the vibration of color through the play of light on the costumes and decor.
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Claude Weisbuch, la vivacité du trait

Claude Weisbuch, the vivacity of the line

A horsewoman and a nude with a common denominator: liveliness of movement.
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Maurice Brianchon, un artiste intemporel

Maurice Brianchon

The works of Maurice Brianchon, a figurative painter anchored in the 20th century seem timeless. Because, far from the currents and fashions of his time, he has been able to question his sensibility constantly in order to release universal emotions, far from any intellectualism.
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Marie Laurencin aux enchères

Marie Laurencin, a discovery at auction

A painting of flowers by Marie Laurencin, a discovery
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Vaclav Radimsky aux enchères

Vaclav Radimsky at auction

A beautiful grove of flowers by Vaclav Radimsky
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Foujita, portrait de son père

Foujita, portrait of her father at auction

A beautiful and rare portrait of Foujita's father at auction on October 14th.
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Maurice Prendergast, un impressionniste indépendant

Maurice Prendergast, an independent impressionist

Maurice Prendergast is an American draftsman, painter, and engraver born in 1858 in Canada. During his childhood, he moved to Boston with his family. In this city, he becomes the apprentice of a commercial painter. He then began to use light colors in his works. In 1891, he moved to Paris to continue his training at the Atelier Colarossi and the Académie Julian. 
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Jean Dubuffet, un artiste qui fait scandale

Jean Dubuffet, a contested artist

Jean Dubuffet is a French painter and sculptor born in Le Havre in 1901 and died in 1985. Self-taught, he did not finish his artistic studies. Jean Dubuffet believes that art loses its value due to academic influences.
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Marcel Wibault, quelle cote aujourd'hui ?

Marcel Wibault

Marcel Wibault (born in 1904 in Besançon and died in February 1998 in Chamonix) is a painter known today especially for his numerous mountain paintings representing the Mont-Blanc, Chamonix, the great peaks of the Alps, the chalets, the flowers.
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Raya Sorkine, cote et estimation

Raya Sorkine

Alain-François Bouvier de Cachard was born in 1936 in Paris. His artist name is Raya Sorkine, surname and first name of his mother. The latter, a Jewish Russian emigrant, transmitted his Semitic and Slavic culture to him. He therefore lives under a joyful Jewish culture, punctuated by festivals and traditional music, whose colors, events and atmosphere resonate in his paintings. His culture is therefore the essential influence.
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Robert Combas, cote et estimation

Robert Combas

Robert Combas, born May 25, 1957 in Lyon is a French artist, painter, sculptor, illustrator and musician. It is moreover the music which founds his relationship with painting.
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Jacques Germain, la couleur et la structure

Jacques Germain

Jacques Germain entered the Modern Academy of Paris at the age of sixteen where he was a student of Fernand Léger and Amédée Ozenfant. A few months later, he left for the Bauhaus in Dessau where he studied under Wassily Kandinsky.
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Jean Degottex, son évolution

Jean Degottex

Jean Degottex is a French painter born in 1918. He does not follow any traditional training. Throughout his career, he experimented with different styles and methods.
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Gen Paul à Montmartre

Gen Paul and Montmartre

Gen Paul, a figure in Montmartre.
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Anto Carte, un grand artiste belge

Anto Carte, a great Belgian artist

Antoine Carte, or Anto Carte, is a Belgian painter, lithographer, and illustrator born in 1886 in Mons.
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Willy Eisenschitz et les paysages

Willy Eisenschitz and landscapes

A trip to Provence makes him discover its so particular light, and change the interpretation of its landscapes.
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Igor Mitoraj, un sculpteur qui a la cote

Igor Mitoraj, a popular sculptor

Igor Mitoraj's sculptures are attractive because of their singularity. Indeed, he has a different version of the representation of the human body. He never sculpts it entirely. On the contrary, he prefers to make broken, fragmented bodies, in order to give more strength and timelessness to his work.
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Paul Colin et Josephine Baker une relation forte

Paul Colin and Josephine Baker a strong relationship

When the young Afro-American music-hall dancer Joséphine Baker and the French painter Paul Colin met during the rehearsals of La Revue Nègre in Paris in 1925, both were still unknown to the general public.
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Agathon Leonard, aux enchères

Agathon Leonard, auctioned

His main influence is Art Nouveau, with many subtly worked pieces: medallions, bronze statuettes and ceramics. Agathon Léonard's works are mainly exhibited at the 1900 Universal Exhibition in Paris.
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Basquiat : son succès le conduisant à sa perte

Basquiat: its success leading to its downfall

Jean-Michel Basquiat is a painter and draftsman born in 1960 in New York.
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Les thèmes récurrents chez Basquiat

Basquiat's recurring themes

Jean-Michel Basquiat is a painter and draftsman born in 1960 in New York. Pop art but also his beginnings as a street-artist influenced him in his painting and drawings combining neo-expressionism and primitivism.
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