Ludovic Rousset


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19 posts by Ludovic Rousset:

The Splendor of Art Deco: Table Clocks for Him

December 16th, 2015

A table clock can be a fascinating conversation piece, or the perfect accent to any handsomely furnished room. It can attract admiration and appreciation from both the connoisseur and the layman as a work of both mechanical complexity and decorative appeal. Thus, a well-designed table clock can serve as the perfect holiday gift for anyone on your list. This holiday season, surprise your loved one with an object of timeless style – a table clock.

Mastering Nature: Monet and the Seascape

September 18th, 2015

  “I know that to paint the sea really well, you need to look at it every hour of every day in the same place so that you can understand its way in that particular spot; and that is why I am working on the same motifs over and over again, four or six times […]

Made in the USA: American Brilliant Period Cut Glass

July 1st, 2015

We have inevitably all seen it and grown familiar with its brilliance: American Brilliant Period cut glass. Whether it is adorning a well-laid table at a holiday meal or gracing the shelves of a curio cabinet, American cut glass has remained one of the most luxurious and elegant pieces for the dining table.

Traditional and Transformative: Japanese Meiji Period Art

March 5th, 2015

The long-lasting Japanese Meiji era, beginning in 1868 and extending most recently into 2012, characterizes some of the largest social, economic, and cultural changes in Japan. Most importantly, this period represented the change from a feudal society, into a more socially mobile and modern environment. Japanese ports were now open to external influences, bringing in an […]

At a Second Glance – Pietre Dure

November 14th, 2014

The creation of exquisite, magnificent Renaissance art involves more than just paint on canvas; its influence is perpetual and never-ending. This piece, A Game of Dice by Alfonso Montelatici, shows the use of the Pietre Dure technique. Developed from the Ancient Romans and then revived by 16th century Renaissance craftsmen, this craft involves the process […]

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