As an invitation to travel the world, GALERIE 4 oscillates between exoticism, classicism and contemporary art. Guided by the desire for discovery, for delicate and sophisticated colors and textures, the Pierre Frey studio has invited various talented artists to write this new travel diary.
Passionate about Sicily, Jacques Garcia restored and transformed an old monastery into a Baroque-style residence, the Villa Elena. Located near Noto, this residence houses the treasures of Italian art collected over time by the decorator: ancient marbles, stuccos, majolica, tapestries, seating, and precious objects.
The Majordome line is inspired by the 1930s. The French decorative spirit was particularly fond of pieces that could be used to create a living room called a boudoir. In homage to Madeleine Castaing, antique dealer and decorator, the design of this collection includes classic cornice details, animal patterns and shiny velvet used in a very contemporary way and with a subtle elegance. The different elements allow to create sets that adapt to different types of uses. The day bed is complemented by poufs and armchairs to create places for conversations and meetings with friends.
Maison Pierre Frey contributed to the restoration of Queen Marie-Antoinette's interior chambers at Château de Versailles. Château de Versailles chose an extraordinary pattern to decorate the walls and furniture of the Queen's boudoir and dining room. A design with interlacing flowering branches, birds of paradise and pineapples, preserved at the Musée de la Toile de Jouy. The original document was created in 1784, it has 25 color shades, and was woodblock printed. A true masterpiece of the Manufacture d'Oberkampf in terms of its richness, design and execution, it has been entirely redesigned and screen printed by hand in France.
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