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Bookmarks of the series "wildflowers and wild herbs" handmade on thick gray paper. Country motifs made with Indian ink b ...
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  • Material : Gray paper and India ink
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  • Color : Grey White
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SOIZIC D'ESPINAY SAINT LUC

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Bookmarks of the series "wildflowers and wild herbs" handmade on thick gray paper. Country motifs made with white and black Indian ink. Paper covered with transparent plastic film to provide protection and resistance.

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  • Type personnalisé : bowl culbuto on base
  • Type : Pièce en petite série
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Dimensions : H20 cm x L5cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Bookmarks designed to fit in small and large books, magazines, etc. Protected by a plastic film, this assures flexibility and resistance.

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History of an Imaginary Journey to the Marquesas Islands ... On the way to the Great Beach I found this round stone enamelled by the waves of the Ocean and Time.

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Handmade piece in the Val d 'Oise (France) - Unique piece.

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SOIZIC D'ESPINAY SAINT LUC

La passion de Soizic d’ESPINAY SAINT LUC pour l’art s’enracine dans une tradition familiale ancienne où se pratiquait la gravure, la peinture, la sculpture sur bois. Elle suit les cours de l’Ecole du Louvre et pratique la photographie et le dessin. Diplômée de l'Ecole de peinture décorative Jean Sablé, elle fonde son atelier de décors peints et trompe-l’œil à Versailles. Soizic privilégie le travail sur panneau (toile) et apporte un soin tout particulier au travail des couleurs et des harmonies de ton ; son travail est une quête constante entre tradition et modernité.