Réf : 67229
Cornflower vase - GALLÉ
Vase made in multi-layer glass, with decoration of red Cornflowers on a yellow and pinky background released with the acid.
Early 20th century
height 30 cm
Emile Gallé (1846-1904) is one of the most influential figures of applied art of his time and one of the pioneers of Art Nouveau, founder and first president of the School of Nancy in 1901 .
After learning of the glass business in Meisenthal, and ceramics at the Faience of Saint Clement, Emile Gallé is associated with the trading company and earthenware decorated glassware his father in 1867. He is representing [...]