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"Flacon Angélique" Fan

REF CU800327 EAN 3336728690054

 "Flacon Angélique" Fan

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"Flacon Angélique" Fan

This fan shows details from a crystal flacon, with metal inclusions.

Founder of the Ecole de Nancy, Emile Gallé is one of the main artist in the French Art Nouveau movement.In 1877, he succeeded his father, owner of a faience and crystal manufacture. To create his pieces, he developed new techniques, included the way to ornate glass with email. He took inspiration in nature and also in japanese art, who was the focus of the third Paris World's Fair (Exposition universelle de 1878).

L. 21cm (8,217"); W. open 40cm (15,74")
fabric purse
Flacon Angélique; 1893-1894
Paris - Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris - Petit Palais
Made in France, Glass
Wood, Cotton
Art movements
Art Nouveau, 19th century
Emile Gallé (1846-1904)