At only 26 Nathan Chantob presents works of a rare quality for his young age. By dint of testing his portraits are more and more powerful and deliver the artist’s very own sensitivity. Nathan is also a real drawing master as we can see in each and every single work that comes out of his […]
We are extremely proud to present the works of Isabel Miramontes now at the gallery. The visual language of Isabel Miramontes steadfastly represents the human being in all the ambiguity of its power and frailty, its confinement and yearning for liberty, its dreams and triumphs. This fascinating figure, the synthesis of forms and thoughts, expresses […]
Straight from Jimmy Law‘s studio in South Africa came his two last paintings. Pictures will never do the paintings justice but here is an insight. Don’t hesitate to request more pictures, they are available for now …
We are extremely proud to introduce you to Dalgän, Saône de Stalh‘s first bronze sculpture. Saône managed to keep every bit of movement and strenght that is characteristic of her iconic blue resin horses and proved once more her talent. This sculpture is the very first of a serie of 8 original one and is finished […]
Sebastien Orange work literally lights up the everydaylife. Contemporary French artist he creates unique sculptures from vintage objects and turns them into functioning lights that he calls Lampstoyz. Each sculpture is indeed featuring a Toyz, a character that is always the same shape and made of vinyl by the artist. To know more about the […]
You can now find Patrice Murciano’s vibrant original paintings in our gallery in Honfleur. We are very excited to work with this very accomplished French artist and can’t wait for you to see his works.
Here in Honfleur there always is a reason to celebrate – mostly because we are surrounded by stunning landscapes and even more stunning artworks. For Chinese New Year we would like to share with you the iconic sculpture of French artist Lolek. The artist created an extensive range of bronzes featuring dogs and their humans: […]
Laure Simoneau, aka Lor, invites us to a reverie around a very original work Un petit café? One of the few featuring a couple instead of a woman portrait AND one of small size. Now, this is our cup of tea!