Recommended by the Television
| The paintings of Modigliani and Pascin of the Mythique Rotonde seen in the emission on Montparnasse in the madness come from our workshops.
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France 5 Chose us to speak about the painting reproduction in a very important TV emission with the bests French presenters.
|TV5 (french international TV) filmed; our gallery for a column on the good addresses in Paris with an explanation on the art of the copy .|| |
| ||FR3 fench national TV, realized a report on our gallery during an exhibition were we presented about fifty copies of various artists paintingss .|
|" Paris first made a report on our gallery of copy of art with the interview of one of our copyist.|| || |
Reportage sur nos copies accrochees dans un tres beau lieu d'exposition. (comme au Musee !)
Recommended By the Press
" The catalog of the gallery picturalissim seems infinite "
"It is that of all the museums of the world!"
" There are linen copies, unique in Europe of part their quality "
" A real honouring has the artist that to reproduce the painting in such a beautiful way "
"oil painting canvas copy for the incomparable pleasure to appreciate the art at home "
" This gallery owner can admit to your inside the biggest olds masters"
In brief, a serious competition for our national museums
Picturalissim " The workshop of all the talents "
" Propose to the amateurs of painting, true masterpieces,
executes by workshop of brilliants copyists. "
"A Parisian gallery proposes to the amateurs copies of, Modigliani , Monet, Van Gogh, and all that you could dream to see hanging on your walls, thanks to the talent of the copyists "
" Here is the name of this gallery : Picturalissim "
"who has never dreamed to possess one day Renoir, Gauguin or Léonard de Vinci ?,
Smile! It's possible"
" Why to go "
" The gallery Picturalissime proposes, real oil on canvas were painted by hand
By of real Artists of talent, in the style of the great masters "
"Gauguin here, Joconde there, they already have their place in your lounge"
" It is a question of reproducing works which are locked into museums "
" Explain Philippe Martinet ".