The Parastone studio continuously works on new and surprising ideas and designs.

27 / 12 / 2022
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Magritte, le Thérapeute

The Healer, 1967, reflects a number of themes typical of Magritte's work, such as the extraordinary within the ordinary, the surprising, the unexpected and the mystery. Via Le Thérapeute Magritte brought to life a figure that had already featured on several occasions in his oeuvre. However, this sculpture is based on a photograph dating from 1937 entitled God on the Eighth Day [Dieu, le huitième jour]. For this particular sculpture he made a plaster cast of an existing person, from which he used certain pieces. The bird cage is also a copy of a real one. (MAG07 - 20,5 cm.)

19 / 12 / 2022
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Maillol, L'Air

In 1938, the city of Toulouse in southern France commissioned Aristide Maillol to commemorate the pilots of the airmail service, l'Aéropostale, who had been killed in the line of duty. Its form was initially inspired by a small terra cotta sculpture Maillol had made several decades earlier depicting a reclining figure resting on wind-blown drapery. The artist often used the female form to symbolize aspects of nature like the sea, the seasons, and even a subject as exlusive as air. (MAI01 – h. 13 cm.)

14 / 12 / 2022
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The Dubout cat keeps surprising us! (DUB82 – h. 6 cm.)


07 / 12 / 2022
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Jacky Zegers

Colourful art that makes you smile. Jacky makes art with just one purpose, to let us experience pleasure and happiness. (JZ19 giraffe Willem – h. 71 cm., JZ18 dog Natcho – h. 20 cm.)

05 / 12 / 2022
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Forchino, The Barista

An enticing smell of coffee floated in the air of the bar “La Belle Epoque”.  John Zahno, the bartender, always bragged about being the best barista in the whole city. (FO85553, the Barista – h. 44 cm.)


17 / 11 / 2022
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Museum Gifts

A nice addition to the collection of paperweights, from artists such as Degas, Rodin and Gaudi. (s.a. PDEG2, PROD1, PMON2 & PGAU1, glass h. 3,5 cm. / Ø 8 cm.)

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