These panels auctioned at Christies in 2018 for millions of dollars
LOS ANGELES, CA, October 17, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — David Rockefeller & playwright Henry Bernstein are part of the art of French artist Jean-Edouard Vuillard.
Jean-Edouard Vuillard is a printmaker, and art decorator who was a member of the Nabis group of painters in the 1890s. He is particularly known for his depictions of intimate interior scenes.
Art collectors have enjoyed works now in National Museums for decades. Prestige Fine Art artists created decorative screen art (original) located in The Solomon Guggenheim Museum.
David Rockefeller said “Eventually all these objects which have brought so much pleasure to Peggy and me will go out into the world and will again be available to other caretakers who, hopefully will derive the same satisfaction and joy from them as we have over these past several decades.”
“The panels reconcile the artist’s ties to the decorative, and thus to the goal of pictorial harmony,” adds Elizabeth Easton, New York City Metropolitan Area · Director & Co-Founder · Center for Curatorial Leadership
Art connoisseurs and celebrity clients like Cindy Margolis can select works of art from museums and have them painted to any specification.
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