Every admirer of Creole architecture will appreciate this heritage house, dated 1915, that the painter and designer George Camille bought in 1994 and immediately began the restoration at great expense with the essential know-how of an old passionate carpenter by his art, Louis Volcere. A real success! Parquet parquet, sandalwood walls, sandalwood shutters of the Pope: this work of goldsmith, to the glory of exotic woods, certainly deserves the detour, this exemplary resurrection also through the old furniture installed in these rooms full of atmosphere, some of which offer a beautiful setting for the works of the artist. Which has in fact made this Creole box its exposure gallery. This shows his last works, mostly less figurative than a few years ago, since the canon now gives relief to his painting by carving the paper, working the embossing before laying colours as well as acrylic and pastel and watercolor. Works from where there are questions about the meaning of life. What should be seen in this half-man half-homme silhouette… However, there is still more tourism, making a large place for fish and cocofesse, in which Camille sees a symbol of life and birth. The prices? Etchings, collages and other canvases (sometimes in large format) cost about 1 000 SR at 50 000 SR, the coaching being included in the advertised price. In short, it would be a shame to go through Victoria without taking the time to stop in this Kaz Zanana, which has a historic monument value, just like Kenwyn House, at the entrance to the city. The restaurant is quite charming and it is possible to enjoy a drink in the cosy little cafe located at the back of the house.
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