Art at Gastronhome

Resident artists 

These paintings can be purchased; please enquire at the restaurant.

Bruno Marcolino

Bruno Marcolino aka Nitael is a Portuguese artist based in London. Inspired by graffiti and street art in general is work mixes his passion for the street technics with fine arts education. People and architecture are the favourite subjects usually embedded with vibrant colours and textures he paints, scratch, splash, use, reuse, and remake the ordinary into something special.

The painting of Auguste Escoffier below is a reproduction of an original stamp.  This great Master of the French cookery was born in Villeneuve-Loubet in 1846 where a Museum is dedicated to him. He set up in 1884 in the kitchens of the “Grand-Hotel of Monte-Carlo”, led by Cesar RITZ. Both men had then bound careers, also at the “Savoy” in London or at the “Ritz” in Paris. He retired in Monaco from 1920 where he died in 1935. He proposed a new cookery, more simple, refined and comfortable and created many dishes among which the “Peche Melba”.

Auguste Escoffier

Auguste Escoffier

Lido dancer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anna Roch Deus

Anna Roch Deus’ canvases develop dynamic, lively light atmospheres that aim to find a balance in the imbalance: they confirm and challenge the tension of movement, form and line on a two-dimensional canvas. These divide the canvas into levels, using a variety of textures such as marble sand, exploring the ways which a canvas can create spaces of energy and silence within its complex structure of forms. Anna is a Catalan artist based in London and has exhibited internationally.

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