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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

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 was a French jeweler, writer and collector.
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Augustin Lesage

Self-taught, from a modest background, his style is unlike any other.
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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

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

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 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, 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 sérigraphs in auction

A nice set of 5 serigraphs at auction by Shepard Fairey aka Obey.
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Fred Brouard

Fred Brouard, a celebrated sculptor and designer of furniture and jewelry was born in Normandy, France, on April 28, 1944. He entered the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Rouen, where he studied under Savary Leleu, a well-known painter and sculptor.
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Jacques Germain , trois tableaux aux enchères

Three important paintings by Jacques Germain at auction on Wednesday 31 March.
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Water Lily by Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein takes a modernist perspective of the picture plane by utilizing a method of commercial design through comic strips and advertisement. Lichtenstein integrates the readymade quality of screen prints and integrates a painterly gesture with the use of thick lines, flat surface planes, and obscured perspective.
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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

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

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

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


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

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 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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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

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 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 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

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 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

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

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, 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

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 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, 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 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 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 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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Edgar Degas The little dancer of 14 years old

This bronze presented at the auction on February 24th at 3 pm was made from a plaster from the original wax casting executed by Degas. The Little Dancer of fourteen years old (also entitled Great Dancer dressed) is a sculpture by Edgar Degas made in wax between 1875 and 1880.
 
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Blancpain and Vladimir Putin

Vladimir Putin has been a fan of mechanical watches for many years and Blancpain is undeniably his favorite brand, but he also collects other prestigious brands. Of course, this information does not come out of the blue, but it is enough to have a trained eye and to observe on some photos or videos, during international meetings, the wrist of the head of state.
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Chambolle-Musigny, les Amoureuses, a wine of exception

The premier cru "Amoureuses" is one of the most famous in Burgundy for pinot noir.  Four lots of six bottles are offered for auction on Wednesday, February 24th at 3 pm.
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Jean Fautrier, vase of flowers

Painter qualified of informal, Jean Fautrier even in his figurative period makes emerge the light of the objects, flush on the surface of a thick and granular material.
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One sale, three cellars, a selection

Three cellars from amateurs of different landscapes.
Some nice references to remember!
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Jérôme Mesnager, his decorator's cap

Father of the "Man in White", he is one of the first Parisian street painters. In thirty years, his art has become an artistic current commonly known as "urban art" or "graffiti".
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André Vincent Becquerel and the felines

André Vincent Becquerel is a French sculptor who specialized in animal sculpture, mainly in bronze and chryselephantine.
 
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Beautiful collection of the couple Lalanne

A beautiful collection from a close friend of Claude Lalanne, who shared her love of nature.
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Champagne in the spotlight!

A magnificent selection of 260 bottles of vintage champagne, among the great vintages of history such as the 1955 vintage, but also bottles from the 1952, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1964 and 1970 vintages will be presented at this sale.
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Banksy and Dismaland

This double-sided work by Banksy "Space Girl" was exhibited as part of the Dismaland exhibition.
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Vaclav Radimsky at auction

A beautiful grove of flowers by Vaclav Radimsky
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Multiple originals by Jean Fautrier

Two multiple originals at auction on Wednesday, September 9
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3 gouaches of Baya at auction

Three beautiful gouaches of Baya auctioned by expertisez.com, our auction house.
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Sold for 27,500 €

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Sold for 60,000 €

Jean Pierre CASSIGNEUL (Né en 1935)
L'Orage, 2006
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Sold for 30,000 €

Georges Mathieu adjugé 30.000 euros
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