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In your business, art can be expressed through traditionnal works of art: painting, photography, sculpture, but also furniture. These objects, choosen by you director or manager, have many advantages.

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On September 28 will be sold in London by Chiswick Auctions a picture by Ludwig Meidner (1884-1966) who is one of the greatest German expressionist painters.

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You may have seen it reproduced in famous design magazine. Its pure and geometric lines fully agree with contemporary interiors. But have you ever wondered how old is this chair and who is its author?

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This week, we will look at three important results in Italian ceramics in particular Urbino majolica. Two in Paris and one in London, in all cases these lots attracted lot of interest and many bidders participate in order for the auctioneers to sell each of those lot for several hundred thousand Euros.

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The 25 th Biennale des Antiquaires will be the major September event in Paris. On this occasion, the most famous antique dealers and jewelers will present their finest masterpieces in the Grand Palais. Discover in preview, our selection of five works of art of exceptional archaeological to modern paintings.

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Niderviller is one of the many ceramic factories in the East of France during the 18th century. It distinguishes from the other by the originality of the paintings and the shapes of the pieces. Niderviller produced ceramics from 1735 to 1824 after that the production became industrial.

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Explore the world of auctions through a selection of 4 videos. Discover auctioneers worldwide in the heat of the action. Good viewing.

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The Regency was the second phase of the classical revival in England after the Chippendale style. The style is popular in the decorative arts around 1795 to 1820, although historically Regency covers the years 1811-1820, which corresponds to the period of Regency of the Prince of Wales, later King George IV.

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To achieve the most lavish gifts of their time, Alexander III and Nicolas II, last Tsar of Russia, involve illustrious silversmith houses in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Often, colorful enamel, precious art objects from the workshops of Faberge or Ovchinnikov: kovsh, table service, vodka, cigarette, easter egg, are offered to the relatives and guests of prestige. For 10 years, these symbols of the splendor of the former Russian empire fetch record prices at auctions.

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In Paris eighteenth century decorative arts, artisans and artists, especially clockmakers, had to constantly renew the forms and decorations. The Louis XVI period was very rich in models of clocks and sources of influence were varied with the discovery of the ruins of Herculaneum and Pompeii. One of the most popular features in Louis XVI style is undoubtedly the skeleton clock usually in ormolu on an oval white marble base.

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