M le magazine du Monde

M le magazine du Monde
04/05/1012
by Lili Barbery-Coulon
Naturalisés et au goût du jour

“Lors du vernissage des “Cires botaniques” de l’artiste plasticien Louis de Torhout chez Deyrolle, un potiron en trois dimensions a captivé l’attention. Exacte réplique du cucurbitacée vendu chez le primeur, le légume en cire d’abeille donne soudainement envie de le photographier sous toutes les coutures.”
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ELLEdecorationELLE decoration
N°136
by Marie-Claire Blanckaert
Louis de Torhout Forger wax

“… The botanical gardens and natural history museums across Europe have become its best customers even if individuals today snapped his unique pieces. Torhout Louis is a curious explorer who travels across time with patience and a wonderful ability.”
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MaisonFrancaise
MAISON FRANÇAISE
N°18 – Occasional
by Mathide Trébucq
The master of truth

“… So entering the studio of the artist, the visitor is subject to a disturbing experience. The look swirls on mandarins, eggplant, kiwi, pumpkin and other strange specimens. Must reach out, touch and caress to share things. In the land of so beautiful fake, only the skin can distinguish the truth.”
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JoyceJOYCE
N°97
by Bruno Dalla
Tradado of botánica vivrero of ideas

“… Según el refrán … No hay más cera than that arde, prenderle fuego al trabajo de Louis de Torhout seria provocar a incendio devastator.”
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JardinsGARDENS – passion decoration
N°35
by Mathide Trébucq
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“… The museums and botanical demanding no mistake pas.Le botanical garden of the city of Nancy, […] just so he ordered a series of mandarin, bergamot and other kumquats. Polish up detail, he even adds a  stabilized leaf at a lemon, coconut fiber on the tip of a banana or green moss to mimic the down of a kiwi.”

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