Emile Galle was a highly influential designer of ceramics, glass and furniture during the Art Nouveau period. But what do his designs symbolise. This book explores some of his designs and explains the reasons behind the patterns. It looks at Galle's career, the Paris exhibition, his symbolism and methods, the Japanese influence, Galle as a furniture maker, the Ecole de Nancy and his death and influence.
About the author
Zara Ellis obtained a B.A. Hons in Antiques, History & Collecting at Southampton Solent University.
Editore Book Treasury
Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM