Art Nouveau - Vase 'Libellule' - Pâte de Verre - Emile Gallé
1900-10 Émile Gallé Nancy Lustre d'entrée en bronze et "pâte de verre" gravé Art nouveau
Glass works by Yoshihiko TAKAHASHI, Japan
Emile Gallé Apple Blossom Cameo Vase from 1900. He was known for his Cameo glass, this was the process where the glass is etched and craved through fused layers of colour glass. The colours in this particular glass vase were rare at the time.
Vase, Daum, 1910, sign., Colorless glass, between the layers of yellow & orange powdered, overlay, cut and ground, surroundinga stylized Floral decoration with fine enamel painting, part. fire-polished, triple dented, H.ca. 8.5 cm
Emile Galle was the most important artist pursuing the naturalistic art which could enrich our day-to-day life in various forms and he became the dominant figure among the Art Nouveau movements. Here I intend to visualize his comprehensive artistic vision by showing his products development in main four areas chronologically - Horticulture, Glass making, Wood Furniture making and Ceramic making. He never made a naturalistic spoon however he certainly embraced the same vision on our enriched…
Gourd Vase, circa 1900 Likely Emile Galle
E.GALLÉ__ Vase Decorated with Flowering Eryngium. Manufactory of Emile Galle, France, Nancy. Between 1904 and 1906. Hermitage Museum.
Mont Joye Violas and foliage on a mint green background