Mara TRANLONG (born in 1935)Jeune femme aux citrons (Young Lady with Lemons)Lithograph signed on margin and numbered 93/300.
Walangari Karntawarra TJAKAMARRA (Aborigine artist, Australia, born in 1961)Seven Sisters Dreaming, 1998The Seven Sisters are very important in the way children are reared and taken care of. The painting depicts the elders and grandmothers teaching our children. Education is a way of life not a system. This is how we teach. This is the 3 L’s - look, listen and learn. When we learnt about the value of the Seven Sisters we would go out and look for honey ants. In looking for a gathering of honey ants with our grandmothers, mothers and aunties, we were taught about the stars, seasonal patterns and many other things including caring and sharing, two core elements of aboriginal society as well as gaining knowledge above our land. We were taught our kinship system. This system is very complicated as it relates to everything in the Universe.
After Alex KATZ (born in 1927)"Alex, 1970"Color lithograph on Arches paper, signed on plateEditions Mourlot Graphics - Kennedy Graphics.
FRENCH SCHOOL, 19th Century, Follower of Hubert ROBERTL’entrée du Tapis Vert à Versailles (Royal Walk’s Entrance at Versailles)Oil on canvas
Our painting is a partial adaptation of the spectacular composition by Hubert Robert in the collections of Versailles (canvas, 124 x 191 cm [48-3/4 x 75 in.])
BELLOR (1911-2000, Belgian School)Le point chaud (Hot Point)Gouache on paperCirca 1975
Louis CANE (1943)Bouquets de fleurs (Flowers Bouquets), 1990Seven canvases signed, numbered and dated on versoHeight: 35,5 cm (14 in.) - Width: 27 cm (10-1/2 in.)
Marc CHAGALL (1887-1985)Aleko, 1955Etching and aquatint on paper signed lower left and numbered 116/300 lower left.
Lacquered stucco head of monk or Nat with blue and red color traces. The hairstyle reveals traces of lacquer and blue coloring. Wide forehead, arched and blue-outlined eyebrows, long and straight nose, mouth with thin lips and half-moon smile. Incised eyes are incrusted with blue mother of pearl. The emerging head has a certain realism with soft touch.
Back of head is flat and not modeled because it is affixed to temple wall and seen only from the front. The technique is quite visible, composed of modeled brick core covered with pre-made moulded elements. Each facial detail is personalized by the artist.Burma (Myanmar), Shan State, 18th Century
Paul KRON (1869-1936)Vue de port (Port View)Oil on canvas signed lower left
Paulette BARDY (20th Century)
At the Beach
Oil on canvas, signed lower rightVerso with Bardy studio seal