Siglo Humidor and Ashtray set "Jack Nicholson"
- Product Notes
Made of Spanish cedar wood and finished with 15 hand applied layers of clear lacquer, these humidors will preserve up to 500 cigars. Delivered with two humidifiers and a digital hygrometer. Each set comes with a matching ashtray, made of fine bone china.
- Size Notes
- Dimensions (mm): 320 x 240 x 139 Internal Dimensions (mm): 315 x 180 x 95
- Materials and Care Notes
Wood (Spanish Cedar) & Canvas
Humidity control system used - Boveda 72% (320 grms). It will protect your cigars from over drying or mold in all wood humidors. Be confident you’ll have a perfect smoke every time.
- Delivery & returns
Orders are dispatched promptly within 7-10 working days after receiving the order payment. The limited-edition lithographs are shipped rolled and are dispatched using DHL.
All works are not returnable, exchangeable or refundable as they are being shipped directly from theArtist’s studio. In the unlikely event the artwork is received damage or incorrectly please kindly notify our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately on receipt of the goods and the artwork will be replaced accordingly.
Christian Develter, born 1968 in Blankenberge, Belgium is one of Belgium’s emerging stars fast-gaining a reputation within the international art scene.
He initially studied art school at Ghent and was trained at the famous Antwerp Fashion Academy, soon to realize his passion for painting exceeded his love for designing clothes. Always joyful incomposition, he presents a radiant kaleidoscope of shapes and forms. His choice to combine a rough passion with playful humour and bright colours recalls the artist’s view of popular fashions and trends.
Each canvas emanates layers of turbulence in impeccable style and sensuality, the approach is highly emotional resulting in a visual feast. Seeing Christian’s work offers a clearer insight into his working process for under the modish contemporary façade, lies a classical working approach re-utilizing traditional painting techniques fashioned by the old Flemish Masters, thereby continuing an ancient tradition by daring repetition and innovation.
What is admirable beyond the choice of Christian’s subjects, is precisely the at stubbornness, which characterizes him, to be adamant in that hyper-finished, almost exaggerated style, specific to the make-up of dramatic stage and, of cinema as we know it between the nineteen thirties and the Nouvelle Vague. The recurrent light-hearted feeling, the absence of anguish, which can, arguably, reduce Develter to a "pop" or "glamorous", which others may refer to as a "fashion" painter. Yet beyond the choice of his subjects, is his calculated, almost mathematical use of colour, which brings an intense vibration and sensuality to his work which is at once festive.
Christians’ artistic development is definitely one to keep an eye on.
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