Painters create their art using various types of material: rock, paper, canvas, bark, wood…
Considered as a heritage, literature contributes to the preservation of heritage if it underlines culture, values and civilization.
The creation of a sculpture involves several techniques: modelling, carving…
Do you appreciate contemporary figurative art and particularly the expressionist artist Bernard Buffet? Visit the Estades Gallery and its fabulous exhibitions. This gallery has specialised in the work of Bernard Buffet since 2000. A selection of oils on canvas from the artist’s different periods, in addition to mixed media, watercolours, inks, engravings and original lithographs are permanently on display.
Contemporary art includes all the works produced since 1945 to the present day.
Expressionism appeared in 1905. This artistic movement is a reaction to impressionism.
It is a break with art that imitates nature. It is an international movement that dominated the 20th century.
Buying a work of art: advice
Do you want to buy a work of art? Start by identifying your aesthetic tastes. Discover your artistic taste by attending exhibitions in galleries, museums and exhibition centres. Remember the names of artists who have made an impression on you.
Collectors: insuring your art objects
To protect your masterpieces from burglars, it is important to insure them. Insurers specialising in works of art are not very demanding. Some insurance companies will cover masterpieces against theft if the owner agrees to install a simple three-point lock. The installation of alarms is only compulsory if the value of the assets to be covered exceeds a certain threshold.
In 2019, the French art market totalled over 13.3 billion dollars. This feat concerns auctions of approximately 550,000 lots of fine art: prints, photographs, sculpture, painting, drawing, etc.