Detail embroidery, 3-piece court suit, France, 1790. Dark brown velvet with magnificently embroidered and irridescent paste studded flowerheads and foliage; waistcoat: ivory silk satin with similar embroidery.
"Nobleman & His Steed" This period piece is set in the 17th Century when a man's horse was a cherished possession; as much or more than his first-born child. This nobleman clearly reveres his trusted steed although his name is not Paul. This painting is dedicated to all the noble men and women who admire horses and those who were born with the equestrian "gene." 26" X 20" unframed
At The Well, we are focused on reconciling men and women to God through faith in Jesus Christ. Our pursuit of unity comes from an intentional response to the prayer of Jesus Christ (John 17:20-23) and our reconciliation to the principles and practices of first century churches (Acts 2:5-11; 46-47; 11:19-26), congregations of faith in which people from all backgrounds worshipped and served God together as one for the sake of the gospel.
Vincent Boucher at VOX to briefly explain who he is and what he does. | The Intelligence foundation is dedicated men and women and innovative organizations inspiring, supporting and training the individuals who will fashion the arts, the sciences and the humanities of the 21st Century with a new tradition of responsibility for the whole, within the wider perspective of Society, in order to advance the education as an instrument to create positives and sustainable futures. — February 26…