One meeting was enough to convince Isabelle to reinterpret treasures from France’s National Library to give them a second lease of life. The result was a unique partnership perfectly combining heritage, tradition and modernity. Two eras, two areas of expertise and two styles go together perfectly to give the rare and the sublime a new lease of life and turn these canvas prints into veritable works of art.
These butterflies taking flight invite you to take off in a flash. More than 80 species were painstakingly and individually chosen from Albertus Seba’s work and arranged in a colour palette. Albertus Seba’s cabinet of natural curiosities Published in the 18th century, Albertus Seba’s “cabinet of natural curiosities” or Locupletissimi Rerum Naturalium Thesaurus, is one of the most beautiful and famous works in natural science. On Gallica, discover its four volumes which are full of fabulous colour illustrations depicting mammals, insects, molluscs, snakes, shells, etc.
Size :60x80 cm.
Material: Printed on polycoton canvas with eco-friendly inks