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This week newsletter is about a fantastic discovery: an unknown Leonardo da Vinci old master drawing. This drawing appreared at first at Christie's New York in 1998.

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The Nabis are a group of young independant artist in the late 19th century with Paul Serusier as main figure. Their paintings lead to the early 20th century artsitic movement.

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Victorian Furniture can be define as a mix of tradition with many artist revisiting previous styles and revolutionary with many new style such as Art and Craft or Liberty and Co furniture.

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Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933), son of the jeweler and founder of the famous New York house " Tiffany & Company ", is certainly the most famous American glass designer in the world. The Musée du Luxembourg in Paris presents his work in a monographic exhibition. This is a unique event ever produced in France since the Universal Exhibition of 1900!

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The name is familiar and immediately we are thinking to the Diamond Chair. Very shortly it became a "Must have", this seat design cult author made his return in 1952 in the Hall of Design. We forget too often that Harry Bertoia was a sculptor but not designer. Many in the market consider it the equal of Calder. His works in galleries and in auctions reach very high price.

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Colorfull and charming, French tole peinte seduce amateurs and collectors. They are real works of art but not "serious" one.

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Normandy armoire are a very thougth after piece of French furniture. Usually in oak, extensively carved, they are large and tall to reflect the wealth of their owners.

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For centuries, european tapestries covered the walls of castles and royal residences in order to both functional and decorative. They are woven in wool, silk and sometimes silver or gold.

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Jules Rene Herve (1887-1981) was a French impressionist painter of our time. He is best known for his paintings depicting scenes of Parisian life full of light.

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American furniture start with the first settlers who directly influence its style. In the early 20th century, the rise of Hollywood and the American way of life offer new answers and an American style of furniture is created. However, it is not until the 50's that American furnishing becomes independant from any influence.

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