A truly wonderful papier maché work, made in Angkor by a great French artist and his team.
Who is Philippe Brousseau?
After being fired by one of the leading manufacturers of carnival masks, this French designer leaves to settle near the temples of Angkor. He then improves the traditional technique of paper mâché, to give life to statues totally bluffing which only he has the secret, produced locally with recovery materials.
Apsara India - Papier mâché (48 x 26 )
Representation of a papier mâché Apsara - Apsara India- (48 x 26 cm).
Philippe Brousseau, former companion of the Tour de France, settled in Cambodia in 2011, he proposes a whole series of works of art inspired by the famous temples of Angkor very close to his workshop.
Weight : 550g
Shipping costs included - Parcel preparation times 14 to 30 days - Delivery times with DHL Worlwilde express 3 to 6 days.
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