Collection: Wine, Art & Gastronomy (Reproduction)

Each of us tried to peel off the collar of a large bottle, to shape the tin between our fingers, to play with its smoothness. In the best case, the emblem, rolled into a hard and compact mass, fell back into its state of raw, inert material.

Then Puvis came. He also gave in to the temptation to prolong the pleasure of the palace by undressing the famous necks. And his fingers, much bolder than ours, to caress the “dive” material. Then the ribbon came to life, the metal flew away to unfold the most intoxicating masquerade before our stunned gazes. Thus was born his divine comedy.


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