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René Lalique

exceptional jewellery 1890- 1912
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Skira, Musée du Luxembourg , Milano, Paris (F)
Lalique, René, -- 1860-1945 -- Exhibitions, Jewelry -- France -- History -- 19th century, Jewelry -- France -- History -- 20th century, Jewelry -- France -- Design -- History -- 19th century, Jewelry -- France -- Design -- History -- 20th ce
Statementedited by Yvonne Brunhammer
GenreExhibitions
ContributionsBrunhammer, Yvonne
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK7398.L36 A4 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination285 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17255716M
ISBN 108861301207, 8861300995
ISBN 139788861301207, 9788861300996

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The examples illustrated here are among the (47 from the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon) on view until July 24 at Goldsmiths’ Hall, London, in an exhibition entitled The Jewellery of René Lalique, sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland. It is the largest exhibition of its kind since Lalique.

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pages Emile Gallé By Philippe Garner Academy Editions, London Contents. Share this book via Email Full Description The eight volumes in this boxset reveal the manifold creative talents of René Lalique, an exceptional artist, Art Nouveau jeweller, and later Art Deco glassmaker, as well as those of his successors and the many people who perpetuate these skills in the present day.

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Often pasted on the inside of a book's front cover or endpaper, these printed labels contain the owner's name and sometimes the words "ex-libris" (Latin for "from the library of"). Coats of arms, crests, other decorative images, poems, mottoes, and even font type provide insight into the beliefs, passions, and interests of the book's.Rene Lalique was one of the giants of twentieth-century decorative arts.

Born inearly artistic talent led to an apprenticeship with Paris goldsmith Louis Aucoc. ByRene had established his own workshop and for the next twenty years he designed and made jewelry of great originality and beauty/5.