Edgard DE MONTZAIGLE (1867-1930)IntermissionOil, pastel and watercolor on thick paper signed lower right.Gilt-leaf wood frame (small accidents and losses on lower part).
Peter KLASEN (1935)Sans titre (Untitled), 2002Color serigraph on paper signed and dated 02 lower right, numbered 11/150 lower left
Franck Shepard FAIREY alias OBEY GIANT (1970)Delivering the Sonic Firestorm, 2014Serigraph on recycled paper signed lower right and numbered 14/50 lower leftSubject: 95 x 95 cm (37-1/3 x 37-1/3 in.) - Sheet: 105,5 x 105,5 cm (41-1/2 x 41-1/2 in.)No frame
Ludovic BARON (1986)"L’homme de l’ombre" (Man from Shadow)Digital print on plexiglass, signed Ludovic Baron lower rightHeight: 44 cm (17-1/3 in.) - Width: 29 cm (11-1/3 in.)Frame: 52 x 37 cm (20-2/5 x 14-1/2 in.)Ludovic Baron is a young artist passionate about photography and creating images. He accepts the paradoxes at the heart of his work: realism and powerful dreams, borrowing cinematography and modern myths where superheroes and real people reside. When creating an image, Ludovic engages in a complex manufacturing process and always with spontaneity uses. Without putting aside his artistic projects, Ludovic parallels his talent and energy for many audiovisual projects included the beloved theater.Ludovic Baron never ceases to amaze us and grow. In November 2013, he exhibited at the Petit Palais in Paris along with great and renowned artists. He also chose to share and participate in an auction held in the prestigious Georges V hotel to benefit UNICEF. In 2014, Ludovic is preparing for new exhibits and developing new and more ambitious projects in France and abroad.
Nikki de SAINT-PHALLE (1930-2002)Tarot cards, 2002Serigraph on poster paper, not signedProof from printing of 1,000
Edouard PIGNON (1905-1993)« Notre Entente » (Our Deal), circa 1953Ink on paper signed lower left, counter-signed and with dedication lower rightHeight: 46 cm (18-1/10 in.) - Width: 32,5 cm (12-3/4 in.)Frame: 64,5 x 51 cm (25-1/3 x 20 in.)Humidity stain upper right, crease traces and small tears on lower rightProvenance :- Collection of Paul Arma- Private collectionHistory:- Reproduced on musical score cover “Notre entente” in Chants du silence, music by Paul Arma lyrics by Marie Gevers.
Marc FORESTIER (1950)Calanque vers Cassis (Cover near Cassis, France), 2013Oil on canvas signed lower left, titled, counter-signed and dated 2013 on canvas’s verso.
Anatomical figure which can be disassembled by Doctor AuzouxPaper maché. Mobile abdomen and cranial part concealing organs, all parts of the body captioned by small strips of printed paper.On a cast iron plinth.Marked in ink, antomy clastic – doctor Auzoux- 1866Total height : 132 cm (51.9 in)Accidents, flaking, lossesLouis Thomas Jérôme Auzoux (1797-1880 ), a French doctor, confronted with the difficulty of learning the human anatomy, designed an anatomical diagram in pasteboard that could be disassembled. The various organs were molded so that they could be mass produced. He presented his (invention to the Medical Academy in 1822. Thousands of these models were then sold all over the world, during more than one hundred and fifty years, training generations of doctors.
Armand DALIAN (1924-2000)Nu allongé (Reclining Nude), 1960Oil on canvas signed and dated lower right
Rokkyoku Byōbu screen with six paper panels with painted decoration of two peacocks perched on flowered mound enlivened with pine tree branches against a gilt ground. Black-lacquered frame ornated with chiseled gilt bronze stylized motifs on angles.Japan, 20th Century