Hubert Le Gall is one of the best furniture designers in the world and his collectible designs are showcased by Twenty First Gallery, a renowned art gallery. Known for his bold combination of sophisticated and playful materials and concepts, the French artist is often inspired by Salvador Dali, Jean Cocteau, Max Ernst, Le Gall. His art pieces can be considered surrealistic and introduce beauty and humor into everyday life.

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Hubert Le Gall ©Medium

He started as a self-taught plastic artist and sculptor, fascinated by the pure magic craftsmanship can create. Then, he started to migrate towards design. Nowadays, he uses classic materials to create works of art that inspire, bring laugher and enchantment into people’s hearts. His handmade exclusive, unique and limited-edition designs are all meticulously crafted.

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“Pinocchio Console” by Hubert Le Gall ©Hubert Le Gall and Lim Yaohui

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Coffee Table “Archea” (2016), made with tinted mirror and brass. ©Twenty First Gallery

Hubert Le Gall makes you feel like a child again with its unusual shapes and oversized proportions. His atelier in Montmartre, Paris, is like the fantasy world through the looking glass where Alice lives her adventures. A strange new place, full of surprises that come to great you in every corner, where everything is upside down. When you admire Gall’s work you know deep inside that you found Neverland, that this is the promised childhood paradise you always have been looking for.

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“Ferriere” (2017) by Humbert Le Gall, made with ebony, hand-painted bronze flowers and gold leaf. ©Twenty First Gallery

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Large Sofa “Chiko” (2014) by Hubert Le Gall, made with wood and velvet. ©Twenty First Gallery

Having originally started in portraiture, Le Gall’s artistic preferences are now evident in his furniture and object design: bronze, wood, resin, steel, aluminum, gold leaf, lacquer and velvet decorated with plant and animal motifs and infused with humor and illusion. These are all merged with glorious quality and exquisite finishes.

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Side Tables “Pica and Pica d’Or” (2016) by Hubert Le Gall, made with patinated and polished bronze. ©Twenty First Gallery

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Coffee Table “Nenuphar” (2006) by Hubert Le Gall, made with green lacquered bronze. ©Bruno Simon

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“Bubbles” (2017) by Hubert Le Gall, made with black nickeled brass and glass. ©Twenty First Gallery

Undoubtfully, Le Gall is one of the stars in the sky of contemporary design that shines in several art galleries, fairs and museums around the world.

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“L’Eternel Printemps” Cabinet (2018) by Hubert Le Gall, made with polished and patinated bronze. It was showcased at The Salon Art+Design 2018. ©Twenty First Gallery

 

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