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...: Aubusson Tapestries Woven Masterpieces: Aubusson Tapestries The tradition of Aubusson tapestry experienced a modern revival in the early 20th century......! If you love 19th-century art, you don't want to miss Bill Rau's definitive work on the subject. 19th-Century European Painting leads you on a visually stunning journey through every artistic movment......of the 19th century. Learn More.... Read More »

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.... Mainly working in the abstract and cubism fields, this 20 th century Spanish artist created paintings, ceramics, prints, drawings, and various writings......ateliers would spend the next century fighting for survival in the industry. The 20th century brought with it a revived interest in the Old Renaissance Masters, and with it an increase in popularity......Comments RSS Archive for the 'M.S. Rau Blog' Category An Invitation to a Masterpiece – Picasso November 20th, 2014... Read More »

The Los Angeles Art Show ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

[from News/Events] 10/24/2011
.... We will be showcasing exceptional works by van Gogh, Monet, Renoir, Godward, Dawson, Cortes, Grimshaw, Morisot, and many other respected artists from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries....../18/2015 | Los Angeles A A A M.S. Rau Antiques is pleased to participate in the 20th Annual Los Angeles Art Show, along with more than 100 other fine galleries representing a broad spectrum of art from modern to traditional and everything in between... Read More »

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[from About Us] 06/16/2011
...(unless they have an important    provenance or maker such as Paul Revere or Paul Storr) • Late 19th- or 20th-century silverplate unless accompanied by a significant... Read More »

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....  Churchill is deeply woven into the history of the 20th Century. I find it fascinating to read about Churchill......’s influence on the 20th century and relate it to his personal life and passion for painting. Churchill received encouragement to seriously......’re always thrilled when we have the chance to offer it to our clients. We just received an amazing pair of Russian palace slipper chairs that really capture the opulence of mid 19th century Russia... Read More »

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.... Artisans from the 16th century and those from 20th century have engaged in this lengthy and imaginative sequence, which results in intricate......’s precision and an artist’s eye make pietre dure one of the most fascinating techniques in decorative arts. Even more remarkable is that the process has remained mostly unchanged throughout the centuries......[…] Posted in Antiques , M.S. Rau Blog | No Comments » The Spirited Style of Art Nouveau July 25th, 2012 As one of the more recognizable movements in art and design, Art Nouveau is pervasive in visual culture even today... Read More »

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...movement as well as the innovators who carried the Impressionist ideals into the 20th century. This remarkable collection includes paintings spanning the pre-Impressionist and Impressionist movements with works by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Vincent van Gogh and Jean-Baptiste Camille......» A Meeting of Masters: The Los Angeles Art Show 2011 February 21st, 2011 | posted by Bill Rau Owner Bill Rau and sales consultant Lyndon Lasiter getting ready for the show opening What happens when the works of 18th-century portraitist Thomas Gainsborough and late 20th-century......’s Battle Between Carnival and Lent to 20th-century legend Norman Rockwell’s Billiards is Easy to Learn, the M... Read More »

The official weblog of M.S. Rau Antiques Deborah Choate » The official weblog of M.S. Rau Antiques

.... Mainly working in the abstract and cubism fields, this 20th century Spanish artist created paintings, ceramics, prints, drawings, and various writings. He is known as a […] Posted in M.S. Rau Blog | No Comments......– Picasso November 20th, 2014 Artist, Creator, Poet…Pablo Picasso, an artist known to almost every ear, rests as one of the most prolific and well-known artists, individuals, and influencers in the history of art....... The amount of new artistic talent and influence of 19th Century French Impressionism is nearly indescribable, almost unbelievable... Read More »

Bird Boxes ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

[from About Us] 06/04/2013
.... France took leadership in the construction of quality tabatières during the last quarter of the 19th century and early 20th century....... The successor company, John Manger and Sons, London, was in operation during the early 20th century but did not reach the same level of quality as the earliest......efforts remained fruitless. In the early years of the 19th century, Frisard embarked on a series of journeys to exhibit his mechanical pieces throughout Europe, he eventually died in 1810 during the return journey to Geneva... Read More »

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..., and these grand works and master ateliers would spend the next century fighting for survival in the industry. The 20th century brought with it a revived interest in the Old Renaissance Masters, and with it an increase in popularity for tapestries from this age......by idealism and academic restriction. As a result, Bouguereau fell out of appreciation for a majority of the 20th century, and became a name only the most studied 19th-century art scholars might recognize....... From the 13th century, tapestry making was a flourishing art in France. At a time when the upper echelon of society resided in large, expansive estates, tapestries were used to create portable partitions, keep rooms free from drafts, and decorate vast, bare walls... Read More »

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.... Mainly working in the abstract and cubism fields, this 20 th century Spanish artist created paintings, ceramics, prints, drawings, and various writings......century fighting for survival in the industry. The 20th century brought with it a revived interest in the Old Renaissance Masters, and with it an increase in popularity for tapestries from this age......Comments RSS An Invitation to a Masterpiece – Picasso November 20th, 2014 | posted by Deborah Choate Artist, Creator, Poet... Read More »

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..., and these grand works and master ateliers would spend the next century fighting for survival in the industry. The 20th century brought with it a revived interest in the Old Renaissance Masters, and with it an increase in popularity for tapestries from this age......decorative art ideals at the turn of the 20th century, which focused upon Art Nouveau and Japonisme influences. Measuring nearly four-feet in height, each grand vessel is enveloped with a stylized organic motif....... From the 13th century, tapestry making was a flourishing art in France. At a time when the upper echelon of society resided in large, expansive estates, tapestries were used to create portable partitions, keep rooms free from drafts, and decorate vast, bare walls... Read More »

Glossary of Antiques Terms - Antiques Glossary ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

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.... Lalique A luminous, transparent glass introduced in the early 20th century by Rene Lalique of France. Most of his designs have a sculptural quality achieved by pressing and alternating a dull with a polished surface....... Gave a high-gloss finish to furniture in Europe in the 17th century. Mother-of-pearl, coral, and metals were often inlaid in the lacquer to create a decorative effect... Read More »

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..., and these grand works and master ateliers would spend the next century fighting for survival in the industry. The 20th century brought with it a revived interest in the Old Renaissance Masters, and with it an increase in popularity for tapestries from this age....... From the 13th century, tapestry making was a flourishing art in France. At a time when the upper echelon of society resided in large, expansive estates, tapestries were used to create portable partitions, keep rooms free from drafts, and decorate vast, bare walls...... were commonly re-worked into woven form, often under the guidance of the artists themselves. Yet, by the end of the 18th century, the art of the tapestry experienced a brief decline in popularity... Read More »