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Objet D’art

Objet D’art literally translates to ‘art object’ in French, but is used in English to characterise works of art that don’t fall into the typical art categories of paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, ceramics, glass or textiles. The term can be somewhat broad but is often used to describe small three-dimensional objects, ranging from carvings and statuettes to engraved gems and non-utilitarian porcelain.


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Objet D’art literally translates to ‘art object’ in French, but is used in English to characterise works of art that don’t fall into the typical art categories of paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, ceramics, glass or textiles. The term can be somewhat broad but is often used to describe small three-dimensional objects, ranging from carvings and statuettes to engraved gems and non-utilitarian porcelain.