4 edition of Rene Lalique found in the catalog.
by Prestel Pub
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||592|
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René Lalique, (born April 6,Ay, France—died May 5,Paris), French jeweler during the early 20th century whose designs in jewelry and glass contributed significantly to the Art Nouveau movement at the turn of the century. Lalique was trained at the School of Decorative Arts, Paris, and in London (–80) and founded his own firm at Paris in Catalogue Des Verreries De Rene Lalique by: Rene Lalique.
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René Lalique had begun to take a serious interest in glass, when in he met the famous perfumer François Coty. He began creating perfume bottles for specific perfumes both for Coty and other perfumers: for the first time in the history of the perfume industry, the recipient had a direct symbolic link with the contents.
SOLEIL LALIQUE HAIR MIST. Perfume your hair with a radiant halo of feminine notes. The dazzling light of Pear Granita, Mandarin and Cardamom, the addictive treat of a Caffè Latte and Almond accord, the silky caress of a swirl of Jasmine petals floating on a breeze of white Musks.
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The jewellery of Rene Lalique: a Goldsmith’s Company exhibition, 28 May to 24 July by Vivienne Becker Call Number: Stacks NKL1 B39 Publication Date: Author: Regan Brumagen.
A wonderful book which puts Rene Lalique's jewellery out in the general public's domain. His dragon fly designs are of exquisite complexity. His insect designs come to life and are sometimes quite sinister, but always beautiful swaying organic shapes.
I love the book. KS/5(7). Lalique is a French glassmaker, founded by renowned glassmaker and jeweller René Lalique in Lalique is best known for producing glass art, including perfume bottles, vases, and hood ornaments during the early twentieth ing the death of René, Lalique transitioned to producing lead glass (crystal) works during the s while under the direction of René's son, Marc Lalique.
Comprehensive review of Rene Lalique's career from jeweler to creator of some of the most exquisite pieces made of glass. This catalog, issued by the Corning Museum of Glass to accompany an exhibition of the same name, is brief on the scholarly contributions; however, the photography of the exhibiton's objects bring out their richness of color and the mastery of Lalique/5.
The book is large and most of the photography is very good. A few shots are somewhat blurry and seem rushed. My first two choices would be, "Imperishable Beauty - Art Nouveau Jewelry", and "Rene Lalique - Exceptional Jewelry".
This book was worth it, to see his Medusa paperweight, even though the picture isn't the best shot I've seen/5(13). The name of Rene Lalique () is familiar throughout the world and is synonymous with one of the most extraordinary decorative vocabularies of this century.
Known primarily as a master craftsman of objects in glass, he was also the designer of exquisite jewelry that attained the highest expression of the Art Nouveau style/5. In Lalique Glass author Nicholas Dawes quotes a writer, Miguel Zamacois, who describes the flood of copies made in mids as "blatant forgeries and cynically improvised imitations" of Rene Lalique's originals.
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René Lalique: Selections from the Steven and Roslyn Shulman Collection introduces the artistic innovations and legacy of renowned French Art Deco artist Ren. The book also draws on the Museum’s wealth of archival material on Lalique, including design drawings and photographs. This strikingly beautiful and informative volume is a testament to the singular allure of his enchanting : Yale University Press.Rene Lalique "Pavots D'Argent" perfume bottle made in for Roger & Gallet in molded clear glass.
Bottle is full with its original perfume, sealed, labeled and boxed. Molded ".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(1).