[Design drawing for five decorative components for furniture pieces] [art original].

[Design drawing for five decorative components for furniture pieces] [art original].
Gallé, Emile, 1846-1904.
1 art original : pencil on onionskin paper ; 52 x 44 cm. (unfolded)
Other Authors: 
Atelier Emile Gallé.
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Prints & Drawings
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Gallé drawings and documents Box 2, Group 1, design [9]
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This design is part of BIB 128598 [Gallé drawings group 1, furniture and art glass with botanical motif].
Design is affixed along lower edge to tan construction paper; dimensions including construction paper are 35 x 54 cm. Design is stored folded; dimensions of folded design are 27 x 44 cm.
Design is for five components, stacked vertically, each with stylized ornamental motif, some with floral motif and some with acanthus leaf. Designs are labeled "A", "B", "G", "D", and "E".
"Atelier Emile Gallé, Sotheby, Monaco" stamped in black ink on lower right corner of design.
"9" penciled in on upper right corner and lower right corner of tan construction paper backing.
Construction paper has not been cut to form a perfect rectangle; some edges are irregular or jagged. Some puncture marks on tan constuction paper.
"5 avril 1893" penciled in along upper edge of contruction paper verso.
This collection of designs documents the activities of Gallé's workshop in Nancy, France.
Materials sold at the Sotheby Parke Bernet Monaco auction on October 24, 1982 to Dr. Henry C. Blount, Jr. Portions of the materials were donated to the Museum by Dr. Blount in 1983 (RR 15024) and in 1993 (RR 18447); this Gallé drawings group 1 includes auction lot 27.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging May 2012.
Sent to photography June 2013 and again in September 2013 (for reshot) for inclusion in Journal of Glass Studies (photography no. 1000132293).
Gallé drawings group 1-3.
Object/Material Note: 
Published in Gallé furniture, Alastair Duncan and Georges de Bartha: 130160, p. 171 NK5198.G1.D91f.