Alberto Pasini is known to depict Orientalist subjects in a post-romantic style. He reproduces faithfully every the details of the landscapes and of the light in a fine and transparent atmosphere.
Alberto Rossi was an italian painter known for his matter in Orientalist subjects which had a keen sense of color and descriptive precision.
Alphonse Rey is a Orientalist painter and watercolorist known as a pupil of Félix Ziem, member of the Barbizon school. He painted especially watercolors on the motive, inspired by the Provençal countryside, the edges of the Mediterranean Sea or his annual journeys in Algeria.
Amphora's manufacture is among the most famous ones in Austria in the 19th century. It is well known for its works of varied styles and shapes.
Antonio Segui is an Argentinean artist considered as one of the most important Latin American artist worldwide. His works give life to a man in movement in an urban agitation looking for his place in a world that seems to come out of a comic strip.
BMO, acronym of Behind My Objective mixes the genres and the disciplines: he summons the photography, the urbex, the paint and body painting in places in margin or forbidden.
Bonetti's paintings create a new image in parallel with reality that represents the fragility of illusions and the ever-changing world. His work is then open to interpretation.
Considered as one of the most prestigious and dearer jewelers, Boucheron is the oldest house of jewelry installed Place Vendôme. With mythical rings models, Boucheron represents the top of the range in terms of luxury and French refinement.
Cartier is a luxury brand founded by Louis-François Cartier in 1847 in Paris which designs, manufactures, distributes and sells jewellery and watches. Cartier is recognised for its excellent know-how proved by a long history of sales to royalty and celebrities.