Sculptor Danielle Anjou at The Louvre, Paris

Sculptor Danielle Anjou makes International Art history at The Louvre
Danielle Anjou was chosen as the first American figurative sculptor to represent the United States at the prestigious Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts at the Louvre in Paris.
Anjou’s sculpture, ‘The Diver’ was selected by the SNBA to be the first American figurative sculpture shown at the renowned exhibit.
This is a unique honor, as the United States has never been represented in the over one hundred years that the Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts has been in existence.

Charlton Island:
Charlton Island is an exclusive online emporium, featuring unique and luxurious brands from across the globe with original art and interiors from some of the world’s most talented designers, this is a company you need to meet.

With their wide selection of international art and sculpture its a must for those wanting to increase or start a collection of art for pleasure or investment. The magnificent life size bronze sculptures by internationally renowned artist Danielle Anjou would be a fantastic edition to any home or garden. These beautiful statement pieces made internationally history when exhibited at The Louvre in Paris, capture the beauty, warmth and sensuality of the French Rivera. Danielle’s life-sized bronze sculpture prices start at around £160,000 but smaller designs are as little as £8,500. Bespoke designs can also be made upon request.

We also love the compelling glass and bronze work by Peter Mandl of Sweden, much of Peter’s art is on general viewing around Sweden. His beautiful woman crafted in bronze and glass shapes that are reminiscent of the sea and wind can be seen in many galleries. The inspiring bold paintings by the award winning Silvia Boev and the sensual interpretations of the human figure by Thomas Donaldson, you will be spoilt for choice.

Some of their award winning home designers include artisan cushion designer Aviva Stanoff. With her Japanese heritage influence, Aviva’s stylish cushion and throws can be found in celebrity homes and the world’s most prestigious establishments, along with getting invited to show her latest collections on board the opulent yacht, The World Residence at Sea, and having a permanent exhibition of her designs at The Brooklyn Art Museum in New York, Aviva sets the trends in home design and has been awarded Best of the Best for 4 years by the American Society of Interior Design. Another one of Charlton Island’s fabulous designers is Mariska Meijers of Amsterdam with her eclectic, bold range of cushion and lighting options, which ooze class and style. The huge selection of botanical, floral wallpaper and cushions are completely on trend, with new designers being added all the time.

Items are typically artisan or bespoke on request, this includes bespoke art and cushion design. The ‘Gold Maximalism’ resin artwork by Ben Melton (as featured on BBC ‘Where The Art is’) has been exclusively designed for Charlton Island and can not be found anywhere else.

The real beauty of Charlton Island is that it’s affordable luxury and although it’s a fairly well kept secret, it’s been featured in British Vogue… three times, along with many other international publications.

Director Amy Collick, prides Charlton Island of the relationship with her artist, “we work with our artists directly and liaise on a regular basis, this enables us to offer our clients a first class personal service when it comes to their design requirements. We are different in that most of our range can be made bespoke and exclusive to us, we pretty much guarantee, you won’t find anything here that you’ll see anywhere else”.

Charlton Island is definitely the go to place to don your home with luxury and style.

Charlton Island also offer a hub of interior knowledge and with their international interior designer relations, their services exceed simply supplying the luxurious interiors and art found on their website. They also offer many other services including the procurement of art and interiors, from any given brief and the supply of flame- and fire-retardant fabrics and furniture for yacht owners, jet owners and hotels. There isn’t much in the world of interiors, home or commercial, that Charlton Island can’t help you with. Their friendly team are always happy to answer any questions and we would recommend them for all of your art & interior requirements.

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