César Baldaccini from Art in La Colombe d'Or's Amazing Dining Rooms
Art in La Colombe d'Or's Amazing Dining Rooms
One of César Baldaccini’s iconic giant "Thumb" pieces decorates the entrance of the hotel.
A ceramic mural installed by French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker Fernand Léger in 1952 decorates the outdoor terrace.
An etching from Picasso decorates a hallway.
Fernand Léger, Jacques Prévert, Nicholas Stael, Alexander Calder
Left: A painting by Fernand Léger; Right: Window collage by Jacques Prévert, a Nicholas Stael collage above the door, and an Alexander Calder to the right.
Joan Miró, Fernand Léger
To the left of the fireplace, a Joan Miró. To the right, a Fernand Léger.
Sonia Delaunay, Henri Matisse, César Baldaccini, and Pablo Picasso
From left to right, a painting by Sonia Delaunay, a Matisse drawing, César Baldaccini sculpture, and a Picasso etching.
Alexander Calder, Sean Scully
To the left, an Alexander Calder; to the right, a watercolor from Sean Scully, an American painter and printmaker.
Jean Nouvel, Alexander Calder
On the left, a sculpture by Jean Nouvel. On the right, a painting by Alexander Calder.
Robert Combas, Arman, César Baldaccini
A Robert Combas drawing, alongside Arman and César Baldaccini sculptures.
Alexander Calder, Arman
To the left, two Alexander Calder paintings flanking an Arman sculpture; to the right, the entrance to the hotel from the pool.
The most recent acquisition, a ceramic mural by Sean Scully, decorates a wall facing the pool.
Alexander Calder, Hans Hedberg
Guests lounge by the pool while observing an Alexander Calder mobile, plus a green ceramic apple to the left from Swedish sculptor Hans Hedberg.