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Paul Reynard 52 | Rugs by Art Interpreted
Paul Reynard 52 | Rugs by Art Interpreted
Paul Reynard 52 | Rugs by Art Interpreted

Paul Reynard 52 - Rugs

Featured In Victor, NY

Starts at $10,000

A painting carries within itself nostalgia for that which wished to be expressed and finally could not be said. Nostalgia for a different reality, a moment perceived and impossible to transcribe. There is suffering in the process of the birth of an image, suffering in the constant uncertainty found at each step. At the best moment, the one we call 'the man of art' becomes an instrument through which movement and energy take form.

The painter is at once midwife, juggler, and beggar; he portrays the invisible, the world of hidden emotion stamped in each human being. This is how the painter 'represents': he brings to life that which others before him have sung—as it is, in fact, a question of sound, ringing in different epochs on different instruments, but never repeated.

— Paul Reynard, January 15, 1996

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Item Paul Reynard 52
Created by Art Interpreted
As seen in 805 Eastview Mall, Victor, NY
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The idea of translating an artist's work from canvas or paper into a rug for the floor (or wall) has been going on for more than two hundred years. The Museum of Modern Art in New York exhibited eleven new rugs designed by ten American artists in 1942. These eleven rugs were designed by abstract artists that included Arshile Gorky and Stuart Davis. "Art rugs offer the client a sense of buying into the art world," says Lucy Upward, editor of Cover, a London-based magazine focusing on contemporary carpets. Art rugs are distinctive and create a feast for the eyes. Art rugs are modern masterpieces that showcase legendary artistic works. The aesthetic value, as well as the collectible nature of limited edition art rugs, makes them coveted by art collectors and rug aficionados alike.