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Box with a white/blue scroll panel - B109 Sculpture

Peter Gabriëlse


Sculpture, Wood on Ceramic

Size: 20.1 W x 44.5 H x 5.1 D in

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About The Artwork

Box sculpture: architecture in miniature; in materials of reclaimed-antiques. Frame work (soft wood cabinet door) and the white/blue painted scroll panel (soft wood) are 18-19 century salvage, surrealistically contrasting with 1:24 miniature interiors beneath. There is another "back room", with a white chair, behind the glass window. One top light illuminates the "front room", another top light illuminates the "back room"; in addition there is an opening on the left hand side to draw in natural light. These lights illuminate the theatrical, crumbling elegance of the interiors. Interior recalls traces of memory from long ago. Dust covered; the occasional spider's web... Mixed medium: reclaimed soft wood, paper (miniature books), antique glass fragment (miniature window), ceramic (miniature jars), brass ring etc... The light-fitting (220-240 volts) comes as a euro-plug AC adaptor, which may be converted to follow the electrical system of the country of purchase. Two secure hanging brackets are installed on the back.

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Sculpture:Wood on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:20.1 W x 44.5 H x 5.1 D in

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Born in the Netherlands in 1937. His parents dealt in antiques and the family lived in an old house that inspired the artist from his earliest years on.After finishing his art studies he found himself in the world of theatre and television as a set-designer. Besides, he started to create his first 'boxes'.These were exhibited in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Paris and New York during the ninetiesAfter he settled in France he spends most of his time and energy in changing the interior of his 18th century manor house that now reflects in many ways the three dimensional interiors of his box-sculptures.These in no way resemble doll houses. His boxes have an atmosphere of the past, theatrical crumbling elegance with a strong 'dust and spider' trend.

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