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Vase Escher - Birds, Regular Division, one of the beautiful vases of the Silhouette d'Art collection. The vase is made of porcelain and comes in a giftbox. Size: h. 20 cm. / Ø 10 cm (oval)
Vase featuring a ballet dancer from a painting by EdgarDegas. This art vase is from the Silhouette d'Art for John Beswick collection and is made under license. Ceramic. Size: h. 20 cm. / Ø 9 cm (oval)
€55,00 €39,00
Museum Replica of Grand Taureau (bull), based on the original by Francois Pompon. Material: Resin, hand made and hand painted
Height: 15 cm
Running rabbit, a licensed replica of the original by Francois Pompon. The art sculpture measures 15 x 28 cm. It is made of resin and is finished with a dark patina. Delivered in gift box with small brochure.
Black polar bear, after the original by sculptor Francois Pompon, measuring 11 x 18 cm; a modulation on the white polar bear. This museum replica from the Mouseion collection is made of resin with a black bronze patina. Packaged in gift box.
Nesting dove, the symbol of peace, after a bronze work by sculptor Franςois Pompon. "Pigeonne au nid coupé". Dimensions : L/B/H in cm 7.5 x 11 x 4.5 cm. This museum figurine comes in a gift box with small brochure.
Art vase Sunflowers by Van Gogh, collection Silhouette d`Art for John Beswick. Measures 25 cm x 8 cm. A decorative and practical gift. The sculpted vase with yellow sunflowers comes in a gift box.
Vase with the art image of the blue irises by Vincent van Gogh. The vase from the collection Silhouette d`Art for John Beswick is a beautiful and practical gift with an artistic touch. Dimensions: 22 x 8 cm.
Coq dormant - Sleeping rooster - small, replica of Pompon sculpture (1914)
Height: 13 cm. Made of resin.
Decorative vase depicting The Garden of Delights, painted by Hieronymus Bosch. This museum vase belongs to the Collection Silhouette d`Art for John Beswick and measures 20 cm high. In gift box.
€59,00 €45,00
Figurine of the second painting entitled ‘Hope II by Klimt is a beautifully crafted 3D object made of hand painted resin. Height 24 cm. In gift box.
Klimt - The Knight, the allegorical ‘Beethoven-frieze’ of the Sezession exhibition in Vienna. Beautifully crafted 3D object from the image of the original painting by Gustav Klimt.
This decorative Jugendstil statue is manufactured under license.
Klimt - Expectation ( 1905-09). A mosaic design for the Palais Stocklet in Brussels. A beautifully crafted 3D object from the image of the original painting by Gustav Klimt.
This decorative Jugendstil statue is manufactured by Parastone.
Klimt - The Kiss (1907). A beautifully crafted 3D object from the image of the original painting by Gustav Klimt.
This decorative Jugendstil statue is manufactured under license by Parastone studio. Made of resin. Height: 19 cm
The Kiss (1907) is a 3-D sculpture of an image from Gustav Klimt's original painting. This decorative art nouveau resin sculpture is licensed and belongs to the Mouseion Collection of the Parastone Atelier. Height: 30 cm. Comes in a gift box.
Salvador Dali's Geopolitical child watches the birth of the new human (1943)
The new human must free itself from it\'s oppressive entwinement with the past.
Height: 5 cm. Comes in a gift box.
The famous egg from which a man is born, from the painting "Geopolitical child watches the birth of man" the symbol for new life (1943), designed in 3D and part of the Parastone Mouseion collection. Height 12 cm.
Salvador Dali's elephant on extremely long legs, from the painting "La tentation de St. Antoine" converted into a licensed, hand-painted 3D artwork measuring 24 cm high. Brand: Mouseion and delivered in gift box with brochure.
White rearing horse on long legs, walking away from the painting of the Temptation of Saint Anthony (1946) by Salvador Dali. The horse is 19,5 cm high. Material: collector quality synthetic resin, hand painted. Comes in a gift box with brochure.
Design for the ballet Mad Tristan, written by Dali, inspired by the opera Tristan and Isolde by Richard Wagner. Material: collectible resin quality, hand-painted details, in matte and glossy finishes. Height 9 cm. Supplied in gift box.
A replica of The Swan, the costume design Dali designed for a ballet performance in 1939. This Mouseion replica is made of hand-painted synthetic resin in collector's quality. Dimensions 9 x 18 cm. Packed in a gift box .
3D figurine measuring 15 x 17 cm of a fragment from a surrealist painting by Salvador Dali, who had a dream about his wife Gala being attacked by tigers coming out of a fish mouth. Comes in gift box.
Salvador Dali's Cosmic athletes or "Poesie d' amerique", a fragment from a 1943 painting. The 3D figurine is licensed and is made of collector quality. Height 18 cm. Material : resin, handpainted. Delivered in gift box.
Art figurine in 3D, after a painting by Salvardor Dali with the "Soft Self Portrait". The figurine is made under license and 8 cm high. It comes in a gift box with brochure.
Welcome to The Museum collection of Mouseion

With the greatest respect for the original works of art the designers of the Parastone studios in The Netherlands have brought to life famous paintings by lifting images out of the flat structure.

Albrecht Durer (1427-1528)
Graphic artist, painter and theoretician who formed an important link between Northern and Southern European art and who is regarded as the founder of German High Renaissance.

Baron Peter Clodt von Jürgensburg (1805—1867)

Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)
Together with Monet the founder of French Impressionism, famous for the innovative composition of his paintings and for his later sculptures, especially those of dancers.

Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828)
The most famous Neo-Classicist portraitist of the 18th century, who created famous anatomical studies during his training in Rome.

Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (1736-1783)
An idiosyncratic, recalcitrant German sculptor who created his famous series of 'character heads' first in Vienna and later in Bratislava.

Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519)
Da Vince spent a lot of time studying the shape and in particular also the movement of horses, one of nature's wonders. And in his opinion, nature was the mistress of all masters.
The horse (Da Vinci-school 1500-1550).

The Vitruvian Man is a world-renowned drawing created by Leonardo da Vinci around the year 1487.[1] It is accompanied by notes based on the work of the famed architect, Vitruvius. The drawing, which is in pen and ink on paper, depicts a male figure in two superimposed positions with his arms and legs apart and simultaneously inscribed in a circle and square.

(1475 – 1564)

Francois Pompom (1855 - 1933)
French sculptor, student of Rodin and famous for his stylized animal figurines.

Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989)
- Painter, designer, cineast, writer
3D objects - fragments of his paintings.
Various elements of his surrealist paintings and drawings can be found here as a 3D object.
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