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€2,200
Illuminated page fifteenth century style. Calligraphy: gothic bastard-ferro-gallic ink. 22 carat gold leaf on traditional plate. Pigment...
  • Material : Parchment of goat
  • Color : Natural mineral and vegetable pigments
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Illumination La scribe

Annie Bouyer enluminure

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Illuminated page fifteenth century style. Calligraphy: gothic bastard-ferro-gallic ink. 22 carat gold leaf on traditional plate. Natural pigments tempera with egg white.

  • Type personnalisé : Dissociated earrings
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Convient en extérieur : No
  • Installation : À suspendre
  • Dimensions : 35cm x 39cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Framed with wall hanging.

These elegant cufflinks are part of the MY MAN collection: Dedicated pieces for men, where sobriety meets elegance, the timeless the current and discretion manhood. The pieces are hand-crafted in Yasmin Yahya's workshop in Rennes.

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Craftsman

My taste for drawing, color, and medieval art led me quite naturally to be interested in the illumination and the techniques that are specific to it: work on parchment, making the plate to gild and pose of gold leaf, manufacture and use of natural pigments, egg painting ... But while remaining faithful to these traditional techniques, I was very quickly attracted by the creation. I define myself as a creator of illuminations; indeed, I create illuminations inspired by medieval art and using the traditional techniques of illumination. I draw my inspiration from architectural motifs, stained glass, frescoes to create miniatures sometimes accompanied by calligraphic texts. My goal is to revive this art by bringing my personal touch while preserving the medieval atmosphere and keeping the mind that illumination must be a spiritual step of seeking beauty and perfection.