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Art In Interiors: Terracotta Horse, Tang Dynasty

Artist: Unknown artist, Tang Dynasty Title: NA (Chinese model of a prancing horse) Year: 618-907 AD Dimension: 80 x 70 x 40 approx. Technique: Terracotta Price: £ 80.000 “The The Tang dynasty or the Tang Empire was an imperial dynasty of China preceded by the Sui dynasty and followed by the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. It is […]

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Accessorizing Your Home: The Closure Statement

“If one is fortunate enough to live with beautiful objects, one should share them insofar as possible with others. I say “live with” advisedly because, as one grows older, one realizes that one doesn’t really own things. – one is simply a custodian of them” David Rockefeller One of the […]

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Art In Interiors: Painting by Paul Gauguin

Artist: Paul Gauguin Title: La Vague Year: 1888 Dimension: 60 x 72.6 cm Technique: Oil on Canvas Provenance: Collection Peggy and David Rockefeller Price: TBC The motivation in writing these posts on art in interiors is to share with you my understanding of how important I think is the presence […]

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Bespoke Furniture, Why Bother?

The short answer is: because you care and you can. When working on interiors one of the many challenges we as designers face is the design of specific pieces of furniture for solving specific uses, spaces or conditions: _Furniture below the staircase _Niches _A piece of furniture that houses objects […]

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Art In Interiors: Decorative Art vs Serious Art

Almost eight months ago I started to write my blog on “Art in Interiors” aware of the importance of art in the creation of beautiful and meaningful interiors. I have chosen around 30 pieces from different disciplines so far: Painting, sculpture, photography, engraving, etc. One point that I frequently discuss […]


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