Contemporary buffet tables. Wall mounted kitchen tables. Oslo dining table.
Contemporary Buffet Tables
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contemporary buffet tables - Contemporary Buffet
Contemporary Buffet Style Server
Create that extra bit of storage, done in a classy style with this buffet style server. Featuring an amalgam of storage options including three drawers, two doors, and a 12 bottle wine storage rack, this buffet style server is a functional addition to your dining room. Completed in a dark brown finish with silver knob pull hardware, combine this server with the coordinating tables and side chairs to finish the smart and functional look. Faux marble tops in two different shades and designs. Dimension: 18"W x 52"D x 36"H. Some assembly may be required.
Buffet, Bernard (1928-1999) - 1991 Still Life (Private Collection)
Oil on canvas; 28 3/4 x 39 3/8 in. Buffet was born in Paris and studied art at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts and worked in the studio of the painter Eugene Narbonne. Among his classmates were Maurice Boitel and Louis Vuillermoz. Sustained by the dealer Maurice Garnier, Buffet produced religious pieces, landscapes, portraits and still-lifes. In 1946, he had his first painting shown, a self-portrait, at the Salon des Moins de Trente Ans at the Galerie Beaux-Arts. He had at least one major exhibition every year. Buffet illustrated "Les Chants de Maldoror" written by Comte de Lautreamont in 1952. In 1955, he was awarded the first prize by the magazine Connaissance des arts, which named the 10 best post-war artists. In 1958, at the age of 30, the first retrospective of his work was held at the Galerie Charpentier. Pierre Berge was Buffet's live-in lover until Berge left Buffet for Yves Saint Laurent. In 1958 Buffet married the writer and actress Annabel Schwob. They had three children. In 1973 he was named "Chevalier de la Legion d'honneur". November 23, 1973 the Bernard Buffet Museum was inaugurated; it was founded by Kiichiro Okano, in Surugadaira, Japan. At the request of the French postal administration in 1978, he designed a stamp depicting the Institute et le Pont des Arts - on this occasion the Post Museum arranged a retrospective of his works. Buffet created more than 8.000 paintings and many prints as well. He committed suicide at his home in Tourtour, Southern France, on October 4, 1999. Buffet was suffering from Parkinson's disease and was no longer able to work.
Contemporary Art at the Louvre
Contemporary sculptures at the Cour Puget of the Louvre. Was quite a shock to find that after many hours of seeing egyptian, greek and mesopotamic ancient art, and italian and french scupltures up to the XIX Century.