21 février 2011

CHANEL haute couture par Mademoiselle Chanel @ Cornette de Saint Cyr - Paris (1)

Roger Picart, Mademoiselle Chanel et Jacques Chazot. courtesy Cornette de Saint Cyr - Paris Tirage en noir et blanc - Signé et numéroté 6/8 - 50 x 35 cm.. Estimation : 300 / 400 € Luc Fourniol, Mademoiselle Chanel et Jean Cocteau. courtesy Cornette de Saint Cyr - Paris Tirage en noir et blanc - Signé - Tampon au dos - 31 x 50 cm. Estimation : 300 / 350 € Odette Singla. Médaille en bronze patiné. courtesy Cornette de Saint Cyr - Paris figurant sur une face Coco CHANEL en buste, et sur l'autre assise sur les... [Lire la suite]
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21 février 2011

"Venice: Canaletto and His Rivals" @ The National Gallery of Art, Washington

Canaletto, The Piazza San Marco, looking East, about 1723 (detail). © Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. Photo: José Loren WASHINGTON, DC.- The National Gallery of Art, Washington, presents 20 of Canaletto's finest paintings of Venice with 33 by his most important contemporaries, including Gaspar Vanvitelli, Luca Carlevarijs, Michele Marieschi, Bernardo Bellotto, and Francesco Guardi, in Venice: Canaletto and His Rivals, on view from February 20 through May 30, 2011, in the East Building. These dazzling cityscapes represent the... [Lire la suite]
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21 février 2011

Informing the Eye of the Collector: Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art from J.T. Tai & Co

A Fine And Rare Blue And White Bowl With A Composite Design Of Flower And Fruit Sprays, Yongle period, Ming dynasty (est. $800,000/1.2m). Photo: Sotheby's. LONDON.- Following the highly successful sale of thirteen Masterpieces of Qing Imperial Porcelain from J. T. Tai & Co. in Hong Kong in October 2011, Sotheby’s will present Informing the Eye of the Collector: Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art from J. T. Tai & Co. on March 22nd, 2011 in New York. J.T. Tai bought many extraordinary pieces of Qing Imperial porcelain, but... [Lire la suite]