Incredible Jewels Inspired By 5 Famous Paintings: The Art Collection by Buccellati

jewelry inspired by famous paintings

Italian Jewellers Buccellati have unveiled this stunning series of unique pieces inspired by the artistic masterpieces of Claude Monet, Pierre Bonnard, Winslow Homer, Mikhail Larionov and Odilon Redon.

Jewels Inspired By 5 Famous Paintings

‘The Art Collection’ re-imagines five of the best-known paintings in the world in jewellery form. The collection is exhibited at the brand’s new flagship space in New York at 714 Madison.

above: the entrance to the new Buccellati Flagship Store on Madison Avenue

The Milanese house, which was founded in 1919, combines the aesthetics of Italian Renaissance design and modern design approaches at the core of its work.

Wanting to create a collection relating to the most famous masters of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist movements, the company’s first female designer, Lucrezia Buccellati, designed the new pieces alongside her tenured father Andrea over a period of eight months.

The creative Andrea Buccellati and his daughter, Lucrezia

“We are thrilled to unveil our new flagship space. We feel that uniting acclaimed works of art with our one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, indicates the mastery of our craft and our interpretation of art,” says Andrea Buccellati, President and Creative Director. “This is a celebration of our new home in New York City and of the spirit of Buccellati.”

Visitors admire Claude Monet’s Storm on the Coast of Belle-Ile at the new Buccellati Flagship Store on Madison Avenue

The Art Collection by Buccellati

Light Blue Sea at Prout’s Neck, Winslow Homer

above: The white gold bracelet inspired by Homer’s painting is set with 663 round brilliant-cut diamonds for a total weight of 9,54 carats.

The Spider’s Web, Mikhail Larionov

Storm on the Coast of Belle-Ile, Claude Monet

Two Vases of Flowers, Pierre Bonnard

The Fall of Phaëton, Odilon Redon

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