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3600,00 CHF
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2500,00 CHF
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Uroz Jean
1800,00 CHF
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Uroz Jean
2100,00 CHF
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1200,00 CHF
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1800,00 CHF
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4500,00 CHF
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1400,00 CHF
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4000,00 CHF
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7500,00 CHF
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Uroz Jean
2800,00 CHF
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3600,00 CHF

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180,00 CHF
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450,00 CHF
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Hitié Danièle

Les jardins de l'île Maurice (1995)
Description du produit

Aquarelle

24 cm x 36 cm

En parfait état

Cadre offert 

 

Danièle Hitié

Born in Mauritius, Daniele Hitie is one of our famous Mauritian artist since now more than ten years. Daniele Hitie left Mauritius at the age of 21 for further studies in an art university in Germany. For years later she decided to follow some courses in England in Interior Design so she left Germany for England where she completed successfully her studies. Back to Germany she got married to John Grand, a German and decided to come back to England where she worked as an art teacher in a well known university in London. Her main hobbies are reading, gardening and discovering other traditions and cultures.

That’s how she visited the Dalai Lama and studied their cultures for so many years but at the meantime she also worked in big exhibitions in Europe where she was awarded as Best artist.

Daniele Hitie came back to Mauritius and started painting originals that were typically centred on the Mauritian culture. Her paintings are ordered from time to time by the former and the actual prime minister of Mauritius to offer the diplomatic personalities such as Nelson Mandela, The prince Maurice de Nassau, The Indian Prime Minister and Jacques Chirac. Nowadays, Daniele Hitie’s paintings have become rare in art galleries because she only paints when she is inspired.

Une interview de l'artiste sur youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvkVSmz78CI