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Orient & Flume Artists And Glass Makers

Accessory American Glass Artist Signed Decor Designer Unique Finds Fine Art Orient & Flume paperweight sculpture

Orient & Flume Artists And Glass Makers

Artists at the Orient & Flume Studio work individually or in collaboration to design glass. Drawn from nature, most Orient & Flume designs echo a common theme. Representation of the creative freedom to develop their own unique style. Featured Image represents a Peach with Brown Stem & Green Leaf signed and dated by Artist with Original Label.  Artists of Orient & Flume:  Bruce Sillars a prolific designer considered by other glass blowers to be a true master in glass technique. Grew up in Los Angeles suburbs, worked in ceramics. Later became a technician in the ceramic studio in college. Artist...

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Fernand Lambert

Decor Fernand Lambert Fine Art museum Oil On Canvas Original Frame Paris Winter In France

Fernand Lambert

Fernand Lambert (Fernand Alexis Lambert) 1865-1935. Born in France. Was active and lived in France.  Featured Art : Winter In France , Oil On Canvas http://www.designeruniquefinds.com  Frame:  54" h. x 72.75" w. x 4.75" d. And The painting: 44.5" x 63.5" Artist Arts Listed on Major auction records, art price, ask art etc... currently with 10 auction records and one upcoming in March 2016 The Boat House & Chevaux en Camargue on Ask Art       

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Claude Venard 1913-1999 Burgogne France

Claude Venard Fine Art Oil On Canvas Original Frame

Claude Venard 1913-1999 Burgogne France

Claude Venard , French ( 1913-1999 )  Born in 1913 into a business family from Burgogne. At the age of 17 he began to take evening classes in painting at the Ecole de Arts Appliques. after six years of conscientious study he was forced in order to support himself, to spend most of 1936 working as a restorer at the Louvre Museum. This experience, turned out to be beneficial in as much as it enabled the young artist to fill the gaps still existing in his artistic education. in 1936 abstract business was the dominant trend.  That same year, a...

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