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Fnepsa joins the art expertise meeting of 2021
Fnepsa joins the art expertise meeting of 2021
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Rare books and fine arts fair
The Fnepsa participates in the International Rare Book & Art Object Experts Fair at the ephemeral Grand Palais from 24 to 26 September 2021
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Interviews, lectures, publishing by Fnepsa experts
Virginie Journiac, expert in 19th and 20th century paintings: "Le dernier Renoir, les années azuréennes", published by Editions de Nicéphore, 2013. In the twilight of his life, Pierre-Auguste Renoir chose to settle on the Côte d'Azur for the beauty of its landscapes and its healthy climate. It is these years on the Côte d'Azur that this book proposes to bring back to life, based on an unpublished collection of correspondence, albums, etc., which for a long time remained in the possession of his heirs and is now in the United States. All of this is completed by the Renoir Museum archives and the most up-to-date bibliographical references.
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The fakes in Art Deco
A market under pressure... Art Deco is a creative period in the decorative arts that began in France in 1909, the date of the first Ballet Russe performed in Paris. It reached its peak at the International Exhibition of Industrial and Modern Decorative Arts in 1925. The famous financial crisis of 1929 symbolically marked its decline.
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The legal expert
The judicial expert is an occasional collaborator of justice and he cannot make this function his profession. He is appointed to provide his specialist assistance and to enlighten the judge in his decision. He is recognised by the courts in his speciality; he cannot be a generalist and embrace several specialities.
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Investment in the jewellery market
With a low return on money in the bank, everyone is in a position to ask themselves the question of how to avoid losing their savings and diversify their capital. But how to choose? What is the right investment in the art market?
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Ban on trade in elephant ivory and rhinoceros horn
Order of May 4, 2017 amending the order of August 16, 2016 on the prohibition of trade in elephant ivory and rhinoceros horn on the French national territory
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The ivories of Dieppe
Jehan Ango (1480-1551). This wealthy shipowner conquered the New World; with his ships he colonised Brazil and Canada, the coasts of Africa and Sumatra. Jean Fleury, the most famous of his captains, brought back to Dieppe part of the Aztec treasure taken from the Spaniards.
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Louyse Moillon
Very few women have left a name in the history of painting. Whether by their talent or by their originality, they do not suffer from the comparison with male artists. Louyse Moillon (Paris, ca. 1610-1696) is perhaps the most illustrious of them, as she occupies a leading position in her genre of still life with fruit and her works are so sought after.
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The clocks of Pont-Farcy (Calvados)
The reputation of Pont-Farcy was so important in Lower Normandy that many movements were attributed to this clock-making centre. While it is true that this manufacturing site was very important until the 19th century, clock mechanisms manufactured in various places such as Vire, Avranches or Caen for example cannot be considered negligible.
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Get the expertise of your jewels, silverware and coins
First of all, it should be noted that when you wish to have your jewels, goldsmiths' and silversmiths' items appraised, this allows you to know your goods better in detail. But this also gives other advantages.
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