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    {Image scanned from a borrowed library copy of French Riviera (Assouline).} The first day of summer deserves a sun soaked image plucked from pages of French Riviera (by Xavier Girard, published by Assouline). This image speaks of summer days to me. Not mine, but ones I'd like to imagine. (As I prepare to hit Publish Now on this post, the heavens are opening, the rain pouring, and the sky becoming increasingly grey, but I am sure we can, for sake of feel alone, play along with the idea.) So grab your favourite canine companion and come with me today to Copenhagen by way of A different picture with every look (Kjøbenhavn). I've grapes packed, and we can stop for a toasted sandwich along the way. This artists’ book is one of four recently exhibited as part of Louise and my Charms of the Gloaming, which after a 5-week-long display in the window of the Port Jackson Press Print Room is now but a pleasant memory. However, in saying that, it is one of four artists’ books and a collection of Louise’s drawings that we have left with the good folk of Port Jackson Press Print Room until they close for Christmas so if you live nearby and would like to see this work with your own eyes, you've still a chance. They also have a collection of our prints available for your perusal too. On the far wall, Louise’s Delias Hübner (Pieredae), Barn owl (Tyto alba), Zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata), Giant hummingbird (Patagonia gigas), and Northern hawk-owl (Surnia ulula) are pinned, and on a shelf in the front window, our artists’ book, Beneath the screen of closed eyelids (Port-Said), and To spend a quiet day (Interlaken Berner Oberland), and With you my destiny I'd steal (Venezia). {A different picture with every look (Kjøbenhavn).} + I am December ready. I think. Here is to days that begin with a chocolate from the advent calendar, and the wonders of a new haircut. + Louise's recent post, It all comes down. + My Mum's project A Drawing a Day continues.
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    In 1931, at 29, Jean Royère (1902-1981) resigned from a comfortable position in the import-export trade in order to set up business as an interior designer. He learned his new trade in the cabinetmaking workshops of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine in Paris. In 1934, he designed the new layout of the Brasserie Carlton on the Champs Elysées and found immediate success, embarking upon an international career that was to endure for nearly half a century. Royère tackled all kinds of decoration work and opened branches in the Near East and Latin America; among his patrons were King Farouk, King Hussein of Jordan and the Shah of Iran, who entrusted him with the interior design of their palaces. The Royère style is a wonderful amalgam of bright, cheery colors, subtly organic forms and precious materials. Compact and fluid, robust and delicate, Royère's chairs, lamps, chandeliers, sofas and desks exude a sensuous confidence, suggesting both comfort and alertness. This superbly produced, linen-bound, two-volume boxed monograph would have made Royère proud. The first volume explores the designer's work across four themes inspired by his creations: "The Vegetal Realm," "The Animal World," The Imaginative Realm" and "Line and Design." In addition to prefaces by Jacques Lacoste and Patrick Seguin, this volume contains interviews with Lorenz Baümer, Béatrice Salmon, and Christian Lacroix--by art historian and journalist Françoise Claire Prodhon--and a chapter looking back to the Jean Royère exhibition at the Sonnabend Gallery in New York in 2008. The second volume opens with a 1963 interview with Royère by Pascal Renous, and then presents the "Jean Royère Repertoire": 380 items of furniture and other creations accompanied by detailed references and illustrations of variants. The volume is rounded off by a sketchbook offering 156 hitherto unpublished Royère drawings. This authoritative and sumptuous publication is the last word on this mid century master. Hardcover. 656 pages.
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