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De Heem Summer Flowers Vase

NZ$1,630.00 incl GST

The Studio of Tableware Artis Orbis De Heem Summer Flowers Vase

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A piece of world famous art in your home

  • Brand: Artis Orbis by Goebel
  • Artist: De Heem
  • Material: Porcelain 
  • Height: 41cm
  • Gift Boxed

Goebel is presenting you with a chronological tour of the art world: the most famous paintings in the history of art stylishly re-interpreted as exclusive art lights. Beginning with the Renaissance, passing through Art Nouveau and Impressionism to classic modernism, they document the milestones of painting - and illustrate a fascinating development. Elegant details, together with ornamentation applied in genuine 22-carat gold, turn each individual piece into a small work of art.

Successfully blending art with functionality
Artis Orbis makes a great gift and the perfect way to add a sophisticated splash of color and functionality to any home or office décor. Crafted of the finest porcelain, this distinctive collection combines the artwork of some of the world's most celebrated artists with the chic style and signature craftsmanship of the world-renowned German porcelain manufacturer. Elegant art and exceptional quality.

Manufactured for Goebel, which has been making artistic ceramics since 1871, each piece goes through 30 steps in its production to ensure the superb high-quality which is a Goebel hallmark. Each product is carefully designed, and numerous quality inspections are made before each piece leaves the workshops.

Jan Davidsz de Heem

was a still life painter and one of a major representatives of Dutch Baroque painting, combining a brilliance and harmony of colour with an accurate rendering of objects: flowers in all their variety; European and tropical fruits; butterflies and insects; stone and metal. More than one hundred of his paintings can be seen in the biggest European galleries such as the Belvedere Vienna, Berlin Museum, Alte Pinakothek Munich, Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels.

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