Emile Rouff Sculpture Art Nouveau Patinated Plaster France 1920s-1930s

Code :  OGANCE0131631

108.00
Emile Rouff Sculpture Art Nouveau Patinated Plaster France 1920s-1930s

Code :  OGANCE0131631

108.00

Emile Rouff Sculpture Art Nouveau Patinated Plaster France 1920s-1930s

Features

Style:  Art Deco (1920s-1950s)

Origin:  Francia

Material:  Chalk

Description

Patinated plaster sculpture entitled "The faithful friends". Author's signature engraved on the base and metal label with the title of the work.

Product Condition:
Item in good condition, with small signs of usage.

Dimensions (cm):
Height: 25
Width: 56
Depth: 15

Additional Information

Notes historical bibliographic

Art déco was a phenomenon of taste that substantially affected the period between 1919 and 1930 in Europe, while in America, particularly in the USA, it continued until 1940: it concerned the decorative arts, the visual arts, architecture and fashion.

Style: Art Deco (1920s-1950s)

The name Art Deco to the exhibition held in Paris in 1925 called the International Exhibition of the Arts-Decorative, Modern, and was the successor of art nouveau The historical period and stylistic formed subsequently to the period floral Liberty shortly after the end of the first world war. Change almost radical, in advance growing movement Precisionista and from that of Cubism (art), the Art-Deco furniture appeared to decidedly more rigid and geometric figures definitively abandoning the sinuous lines and moves, objects and furniture, of the previous art nouveau period. You said it was from the beginning of 1915 until the beginning of the 30's. This style was transversal and created the greatest exponents in the art forms the most diverse, from the urban architecture to painting, from sculpture to glass masters, from the production of objects as a complement of furnishings to jewelry.

Material: Chalk

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