Art Nouveau Lantern

Antiques

Antiques

Ref. GL00308

HEIGHT : 60 cm / 24.00 inch

60 cm / 24.00 inch

DIAMETER : 30 cm / 12.00 inch

30 cm / 12.00 inch

STOCK : In-Stock

In-Stock

MATERIAL : Bronze

Bronze

LOCATION : Gargas, France

Gargas, France

9,000
Circa 1900 Art Nouveau lantern with cylindrical shape, with transparent colored glass panels set in a wrought iron frame crafted with algae and openwork arches. Open by a door around.

The Art Nouveau 1900-1920 style is based on the aesthetic of curved and natural lines as a reaction to the industrial era in which it was born. It is also a new and resolutely modern style in the face of incessant repetition of older styles during the 19th century. Distributed at the same time in a large part of the world, it is called Tiffany in the United States, Jugendstil in Germany, Sezessionstil in Austria, Nieuwe Kunst in the Netherlands, Liberty in Italy, Modernismo in Spain, Sapin in Switzerland and Modern in Russia. The greatest artists in terms of Lighting are Guimard, Tiffany, Mazzucotelli…
Vers 1900 Lanterne Art Nouveau de forme cylindrique, à panneaux de verre transparent coloré sertis dans une monture en fer forgé ouvragée d’algues et d’arceaux ajourés. Ouvre par une porte en pourtour.

Le style Art Nouveau 1900-1920 s’appuie sur l’esthétique des lignes courbes et naturelles comme en réaction face a l’ère industrielle dans laquelle il est né. C’est aussi un style nouveau et résolument moderne face à la répétion incessante des styles anciens au XIXe siècle. Répandu au même moment dans une grande partie du monde, il s’appelle Tiffany aux États-Unis, Jugendstil en Allemagne, Sezessionstil en Autriche, Nieuwe Kunst aux Pays-Bas, Liberty en Italie, Modernismo en Espagne, Sapin en Suisse et Modern en Russie. Les plus grands artistes en terme de Luminaires sont Guimard, Tiffany, Mazzucotelli…

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Finish
Gun Finish
Gun Finish
Médaille
Médaille
Antique Silver
Antique Silver
Silver
Silver
Antique Gold
Antique Gold
Royal Gold
Royal Gold
MATERIALS
Bronze
Bronze
Crystal
Crystal
Rock Crystal
Rock Crystal
Wrought Iron
Wrought Iron
Bronze and Crystal
Bronze and Crystal