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Artiste Peintre Décorateur

Sols, plafonds travaux de trompe l’oeil, collage, et autres techniques

The following is a summary of trompe l'oeil, collage, and other techniques whose main interest is located on the floor or ceiling. In general, floor work is carried out on site and ceiling work is preferably carried out on canvas in the workshop and then glued if the context allows.

  • Black ceiling and its black gradient patina

    This patina blends perfectly with the black ceilings of this apartment. Located in Paris Montparnasse, the architect Jean Dubuisson delivered from the beginning in 1964 white apartments with black ceilings in the corridors and hallways only.

    By training at Le Corbusier, it was undoubtedly the idea of the "dark box" that contrasts and encourages the discovery of the main and bright rooms. It should be noted that my client has kept since the beginning the paintings on the ceilings and the sober spirit of the apartment.

    Rue du Commandant Mouchotte, Paris 14th

  • Black ceiling and its black degraded paint

    Here is a paint or patina that matches perfectly with the black ceilings of this apartment. Located in Paris Montparnasse, the architect Jean Dubuisson delivered in the beginning in 1964 white apartments with black ceilings in the hallways and corridors only.
    By training at Le Corbusier, it was undoubtedly the idea of the "dark box" that contrasts and encourages the discovery of the main and bright rooms. It should be noted that my client has kept since the beginning the paintings on the ceilings and the sober spirit of the apartment.

    Rue du Commandant Mouchotte, Paris 14th

  • Brown/grayish yellow sky

    Here is a sky made at 4 m high in a "small" lounge of the Château de Vineuil Saint Firmin in the Oise region located next to the Château de Chantilly. It represents a set of clouds, one of which, voluntarily, reminds us of the profile of a horse's head in order to pay tribute to my sponsor's passion. I would like to thank Florence Adam, a painting restorer located in Chantilly, for introducing me to her clients.

    Château de Vineuil Saint Firmin in the Oise

  • Poppies flying

    This sky completes a small dining area for children. On the walls, red crepe paper imitating poppies was glued. The idea of creating a flight to extend the walls and enhance this small room was a natural one.

    Paris 8th

  • Alice's Sky

    This sky of about twenty square meters, apparently classic and appropriate in this castle, reveals a starry sky and its milky voice at night when the room is plunged into darkness. This principle of double decoration is innovative. Once the sky was "daytime", photoluminescent particles were projected so that by taking on UV during the day, they could radiate and redistribute their light at night. The 4-metre high room does not allow the dry droplets to be seen in relief from the particles. Photoluminescent strips on the walls are complementary (to see in the curiosities)

    Pregny in Switzerland

  • newspaper mat

    Taken from the display case, here is a breakdown of foreign-language newspapers, photos and articles from the family. Several layers of glaziers were applied as a finish.

    Paris 8th

  • the Parisian goose game

    Goose game made on a human scale on a parquet floor previously sanded blank. Its shape represents Paris from the sky with the Seine in the middle and each square features the historical and famous monuments of Paris starting in 1220 with Notre  Dame and ending in 2006 with the tramway. This is a complete creation and realization on my part. the pieces of the game represent small pyramids of the Louvres and were made by Didier Demé, cabinetmaker and carpenter. for information, a museum of the goose game exists in Rambouillet (Pierre Dietsch Fund)

    Paris 8th

  • The "Santiago de cuba"

    Restaurant "Santiago de Cuba" Creation and total realization of the entire decoration on the theme of a Cuban patio, including a night sky, "lime" patina, cigar casts, decorative bottles embedded in the light bar, coconut lighting and more than thirty frames relating Cuban history, art and culture on the walls. For the nod, we will find in the night sky the island of Cuba in the shape of a cloud near the moon!
    This restaurant was a great success for many years but it has since been sold and the decoration may have changed.

    Ste Geneviève des Bois

  • Bathroom in the clouds

    A sky and about 80 butterflies were made on the top of the bathroom walls. The basements and blue friezes represent trompe l'oeil spiral sets.

    Rue du Conseiller Collignon. Paris 16th arrondissement

  • Bathroom ceiling

    Canvas intended for a bathroom, representing an opening to the sky with its birds fighting over a small midge. The stone block overlooking the complex currently serves as a support for lighting, making its place logical and natural.

    Villa Poirier Paris 15th century

  • England in the clouds

    Realization of a fake cut stone over the whole piece, and a sky with brown clouds, one of which represents England. The style of the piece being very English, it is only a reference.

    Avenue Victor Hugo Paris 16e

  • Winged dolphins

    Creation in a bathroom and on a curved staff ceiling, of a surrealist sky on the theme of winged dolphins.

    Avenue d'Iéna, Paris 16e

  • Red moon, fake oak, marquetry and gilding

    Realization of the whole living room in fake oak with various inlays and trompe l'oeil, with highlights of gilding on all the mouldings and cornices. Creation of a sky of about 25 m² representing a red moon.

    Boulevard Beauséjour, Paris 16e

  • Dining room under the angels

    Sky of about 12 m² with its angels, birds, book and vegetation.

    St Fargeau Ponthierry, Seine et Marne (77)

Coordonnées

Jean-Nicolas BOULMIER
Artiste Peintre Décorateur
41 rue du Vieux Perray
91700 Sainte Geneviève des Bois
Tel : 01.69.04.64.42
Mob: 06.62.18.64.42

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