Flûte à champagne "Femme en or", par Sophia Rein

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Flûte en cristallin soufflé à la canne,portant sur le thème de la Gëlle Fra,interprété par l'artiste Sophia Rein. Cette flûte est numérotée sur 100 exemplaires et porte la signature de l'artiste. Présentée dans un coffret cadeau. 

Dimension flûte: hauteur 24cm, diamètre 8cm, contenant 150ml. Dimension boite: 9X9X23cm. Poids 600gr.

 


Flute in crystalline blown with the cane, on the theme of the Gëlle Fra, interpreted by the artist Sophia Rein. This flute is numbered on 100 copies and bears the signature of the artist. Presented in a gift box.

Flute size: height 24cm, diameter 8cm, containing 150ml. Box size: 9X9X23cm. Weight 600gr.

 

Sophia Rein : Issue d’une famille de peintres et de photographes, Sophia  travaille et vit à Luxembourg depuis 2006. Durant ses études de sciences politiques à Strasbourg, elle se penche sur le rôle de l’art dans la société. Une formation en histoire de l’art contemporain au Mudam et à l’Institut de la Photographie à Paris contribuent à l’évolution de sa démarche et au perfectionnement de sa technique particulière de « photo-peinture ». 
 
Sophia Rein : Coming from a family of painters and photographers, Sophia has been working and living in Luxembourg since 2006. During her political science studies in Strasbourg, she studied the role of art in society. A training in contemporary art history at the Mudam and at the Institute of Photography in Paris contribute to the evolution of her approach and to the improvement of her particular technique of "photo-painting".
 
 
The "Gëlle Fra" is one of the emblematic monuments of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Erected in the heart of Luxembourg, place de la constitution, in 1922, this female sculpture was then called the "Queen of Peace".
The monument consists of a raised square base supporting a 21-meter high obelisk, with at its top the golden statue of a woman holding a laurel wreath at her arm's length.

Commissioned from the famous Luxembourg sculptor Claus CITO in homage to the Luxembourg soldiers who disappeared during the First World War, then dismantled by the German occupying forces in 1940, the "golden woman" was only restored to its pedestal in 1985, following some extraordinary events.


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