For sure these painted bouquets are authentic, bloom by bloom.
In his article called Reverse perspective written in 1919, Pavel Florenski (1882-1937) revived the true aura of the icon in relation to the universally revered art of the Renaissance.
The original model of the garden is mythological.
The optical illusion of perspective expresses the omnipotence of man over a Nature.
L’Ombre dans l’Eau was created as a result of a number of casual and matching gatherings.
The science underpinning perspective was theorised and became a model during the Renaissance by the great Italian humanist artists.
In the fictitious society of Fahrenheit 451, books are outlawed, hunted down and destroyed by fire.
Descartes’ wax argument is instructive thanks to its extreme plasticity.
Because paper is part and parcel of books and of the writing process, it continues to be an invention that is central to humanity.
Through the twists and turns of dream-like associations, Rosamund – Rosa Mundi – ended up being the name of a rose eternally associated with love.
Endorsed by prestigious examples, art historian Horst Bredekamp shows the specific logic of drawing in which the hand produces an explicit bond between an idea and its related image.
Eno became very interested in both natural and artificial scents during his time at Art College. His reflexions on this subject sheds light on his conceptual understanding and experimental approach of music as an artist.
In his « Letter addressed to a magistrate on the book trade », Diderot is the involuntary author of the modern concept of authorship and copyright.
The Rosa Mundi collection should not be mentioned sub rosa in anyway.
Roses too are stars.
The individual is most often – if not always – mystified by what he or she has decided to see.
The German Christmas pyramid or « weihnachtspyramide » appeared during the XIXth century in the mountains between Saxony and Bohemia.
Honeyed spiced bread has been consumed in countries far and wide for millennia.
No wonder the diptyque founders collected Pollock’s theaters and were probably the only ones to sell them in Paris.
Three candles dedicated to the celebration of the Nativity, to all the children and everyone…
diptyque created fabrics until 1963: founders designed quite unusual patterns, geometric variations inspired from abstraction and modern art…
For Emmanuel Levinas, the encounter of the Other via the face is a key to human consciousness, his work as a philosopher and his moral teachings.
“The degree of slowness is directly proportional to the intensity of memory ; the degree of speed is directly proportional to the intensity of forgetfulness” (Milan Kundera, excerpt from Slowness)
Flowers were used as a light-hearted way to disarm enemy guns.
Botany only became a science, an autonomous field of knowledge, during the XVIIIth century.