Eclats de Temps - Square Lamp

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1 572.00 €


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Description

Total dimension lamp with shade Ø 35 - H. 48
Dimension of lamp base only : 17 x 17 - H. 26
Collection : Eclats de Temps
Model: Lampe Carré
Designer : Thoma Ryse

For his first collaboration with the Faienceries et Emaux de Longwy, the painter and sculptor Thoma Ryse reveals "Eclats de Temps", a collection with strong vibratory tones.
This creation is a burst of joy, a hymn to reality in the abstract.
Playing with colors and graphic forms, free or playful, the elements respond to each other in singular harmony, leaving room for the imagination and philosophical thoughts.
Thoma Ryse offers us crossed glances towards the carefree memories of childhood with these colored circles with the accents of fairground lollipops, and the moments of our more active adult lives, structured or random where dreams and moments of chaos are shared and projected in lines and black spots on the canvas of our lives.

The height: 48 cm includes the lamp base + the lampshade; the diameter: 35 cm corresponds to the widest part of the lampshade.

Bulb not included - E27 - Max 60 W
 

Model in : Enamel

Reference : 56757


Designer
Thoma Ryse Painter and sculptor, Thoma Ryse discovered the world of creation on earthenware in Quimper in 2012 and it is quite naturally that he signed a first collection for the Faïenceries de Longwy in September 2014. The artist is multiple and elusive, unexpected at times, with an undeniable generosity expressed by the wide palette of colours and a suppleness of line sometimes reminiscent of Matisse. Thoma Ryse constantly illuminates the opening that life suddenly makes for itself and unfolds for us without manoeuvre or repetition, the light that springs up at the bottom of the tunnel to illuminate, with a touch of baroque, a universe full of vitality and energy. His coloured spaces, where the architectural elements are sometimes invasive and willingly jostled, remind us in turn of Monet's "Water Lilies" and Pollock's "All Over". Artist's website





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