Ronde d'enfants et voiles (Round of children and veils)

Ronde d'enfants et voiles (Round of children and veils)

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Object Name: 
Model for a Vase
Ronde d'enfants et voiles (Round of children and veils)
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 30.2 cm, Diam (max): 31.7 cm
Not on Display
dated 1932
Primary Description: 
Model for a Vase, "Ronde d'enfants et voiles (Round of children and veils)". Wax; modeled, cast. Ovoid shape, frieze of putti in raised encircling body; ovoid rim extending upward.
Danenberg, Bernard, Former Collection
799/747 3-32
Rene Lalique: Enchanted by Glass
Corning Museum of Glass 2014-05-16 through 2015-01-04
This major exhibition will bring together glass, jewelry, production molds, and design drawings by René Lalique (French, 1860─1945), dating from about 1893 to Lalique’s death in 1945. As a successful jeweler Lalique experimented with glass in his designs, which eventually led to a career in which he fully embraced the material. His aesthetic choices in his designs informed the styles of Art Nouveau and Art Deco in France, and the objects he created have become iconic reflections of these periods. Lalique also embraced industrial innovations, like mass production, allowing luxury glass to be placed in more and more households around the world.
Rene Lalique: Enchanted by Glass (2014) illustrated, p. 31 (fig. 40), 318, 331 (no. 5); BIB# 139598
Recent Important Acquisitions, 24 (1982) illustrated, p. 108, #61 right; BIB# AI9252
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1981 (1982) illustrated, p. 8, back, second from left; BIB# AI97141
Glass: Art Nouveau to Art Deco (1977) pp. 120-132; BIB# 20143