Lighting by Louis Poulsen at the Martynoff Gallery

Lighting by Louis Poulsen at the Martynoff Gallery

Louis Poulsen is an essential brand in Scandinavian design. Founded in 1874, the Danish lighting house has been striving since then to design rooms where "form follows function" read more
materials: how to differentiate them?

materials: how to differentiate them?

In order to characterise an art object such as a sculpture or a candlestick, it is important to identify precisely the materials of which it is made. For example, a plaster sculpture is often the one that was used to make the mould for the same bronze sculpture. In this article, we will show and explain the different materials that should not be confused, such as patinated plaster and bronze, gilded stucco and gilded bronze for example. read more
French tableware, a noble history

French tableware, a noble history

The French art of living applies in particular to the table. The art of welcoming prestigious guests for dinner is still an important tradition today. The moment of the meal is indeed primordial because it allows to discuss convivially in a framework which must be rich and pleasant.  read more
Ilia Repine, painting the Russian soul

Ilia Repine, painting the Russian soul

The exhibition devoted to Ilia Repine at the Petit Palais in Paris provides an opportunity to immerse oneself in the Russian realist world of the Ambulant style present in Russia in the second half of the 19th century. read more
Jean-Michel Othoniel exhibition

Jean-Michel Othoniel exhibition

This exhibition was an invitation to step back from the way we look at ourselves and the world, and to escape from the disappointing reality. read more
Visit of the Morozov exhibition

Visit of the Morozov exhibition

Galerie Martynoff went to the Morozov exhibition to share with you its passion for modern European art. read more
The Office of King Louis XIV 1685

The Office of King Louis XIV 1685

The desk was commissioned by Louis XIV and made by the cabinetmaker Alexandre-Jean Oppenordt in 1685 for the King's Small Cabinet in Versailles (now the Louis XVI baths) located behind the Hall of Mirrors. read more
Magnificent Paris in the Middle Ages

Magnificent Paris in the Middle Ages

Magnificent Paris in the Middle Ages discovered by two swallows. We discover Paris at the end of the Middle Ages with its life and its noise before this beautiful period of the Renaissance. read more
The Eternal Spring of Auguste Rodin

The Eternal Spring of Auguste Rodin

The Eternal Spring also called Zephyr and Earth or Love and Psyche is probably one of the most emblematic representations of passionate love. read more
Arne Jacobsen ou AJ

Arne Jacobsen ou AJ

Arne Jacobsen was born and raised in Copenhagen. In 1927, he graduated as an architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. read more
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