Ceramics and carpets Aquestecop are presented in the Touquet’s Museum till the 22nd of May 2016.

Posted on 16 mars 2016 by Aquestecop

Situated in the hart of the forest of Le touquet-Paris-Plage, this splendid english-norman style villa built by the architect Henri Léon Bloch in 1925, becomes in 1932 the Touquet’s Museum.

The inside structure of the villa has been preserved in order to keep its original athmosphere and present the art works in the best way possible.

In front of the fireplace of the first large room, the carpet « bataille équestre de Romains » enhance the picture of 1988 « bataille intemporelle ».

In a warm row of wooden rooms, ceramics are held aside the academic paintings particularly well lit.

Then, down of the stairs, the carpet « soleil-lune » lies on the black ground. This marks for the visitors the meeting point for the children workshops.

Too see, until May 22, 2016. www.letouquet-musee.com/

September 2015 , a new carpet in Aquestecop’s range.

Posted on 5 september 2015 by Aquestecop

Robert Combas’s painting “sex machine” has been used for the edition of a new carpet.

A size of 185 cm x260 cm this “tufte by hand” carpet, is made of pure wool from New Zealand. This edition consists in  8 pieces, numbered from 1 to 8 plus 4 artist’s test, numbered from 1 to 4. They are all signed by the artist.

Colours have been particularly chosen by Robert Combas. Some modified details enhance the contrasts, strengthen the reliefs and give to this carpet a real visual shock.