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Degue French Art Deco glass vase c1920
Item# 8896    $2250
Degue French Art Deco glass vase c1920

Impressive Degue hand blown cameo glass vase in an exuberant floral motif. Measures 19.5 inches high, 12 inches wide at center, and 9 inches at the top and 7 inches at its base. Excellent condition, signed on base. Just acquired from a long time collector of Degue Art Glass. "Degué was the brainchild of the enigmatic David Guéron (1892–1950). Born in Turkey to Spanish Jewish parents, he fled scandal at the age of 22 by joining the French Foreign Legion in 1914, only to be sent to the Western Front, where he was wounded and then pensioned out of the army. Following the 1925 Exposition des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, he set up his glassworks in Compiègne, about 50 miles northeast of Paris, to produce tableware and other functional glass. Compiègne had been the site of the Great War Armistice. In 1926, the year after the successful Paris Exhibition, Guéron moved into the more lucrative production of French art glass. He opened Verrerie d’Art Degué in Paris, a glassworks at Boulevard Malesherbes along with a gallery at 41, avenue de Paris to promote the art glass he named “Degué”. His cameo glass designs leaned heavily toward natural motifs, but also used brilliant colors that became his signature. His internally decorated vases, lamps and lampshades met instant success. Another Degué line used a sandblasting method to decorate monochromatic vessels with graphic devices and designs". Bio obtained from Artdecoceramicglasslight.com

 
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Degue French cameo art glass vase c1920
Item# 8894    $1800
Degue French cameo art glass vase c1920

Impressive Degue hand blown cameo glass vase. Measures 17.75 inches high, 10 inches wide at center, and 8.5 inches at its top. Excellent condition, signed on base. Just acquired from a long time collector of Degue art glass. Degué was the brainchild of the enigmatic David Guéron (1892–1950). Born in Turkey to Spanish Jewish parents, he fled scandal at the age of 22 by joining the French Foreign Legion in 1914, only to be sent to the Western Front, where he was wounded and then pensioned out of the army. Following the 1925 Exposition des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, he set up his glassworks in Compiègne, about 50 miles northeast of Paris, to produce tableware and other functional glass. Compiègne had been the site of the Great War Armistice. In 1926, the year after the successful Paris Exhibition, Guéron moved into the more lucrative production of French art glass. He opened Verrerie d’Art Degué in Paris, a glass works at Boulevard Malesherbes along with a gallery at 41, avenue de Paris, to promote the art glass he named “Degué”. His cameo glass designs leaned heavily toward natural motifs, but also featured the brilliant colors that became his signature. His internally decorated vases, lamps and lampshades met instant success. Another Degué line used a sandblasting method to decorate monochromatic vessels with graphic devices and designs. Bio obtained from Artdecoceramicglasslight.com

 
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Pair hand wrought Italian gilt iron and tin chandeliers c1930
Item# 8827    $3800
Pair hand wrought Italian gilt iron and tin chandeliers c1930

Vintage pair of hand made Italian gold gilt, wrought iron and tin 8 light chandeliers in a swirling leaf design. This pair was hand made for an important lower CT estate c1930-1950. The design is spectacular, true to life, depicting leafy vines that have just been caught by a breeze, all swirling around and upward. The leaves are various sizes and are attached to a vine that twists through out each chandelier. They are superlative quality, and truly "One of a Kind." They measures 40 inches high and 36 inches across and has a 37 inches long hand wrought iron chain with hand made multiple leaf ceiling mount that measures 8 inches across. They have both been professionally rewired and are in excellent working condition. I would be willing to sell a a single for $1950. Contact me if you would like to do that.

 
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Constance Tryon oil painting titled Cow Coming Home
Item# 8702    $10500
Constance Tryon oil painting titled Cow Coming Home

Serene and quiet oil on canvas painting titled Cow Coming Home signed Constance Tryon. Tryon was a 19th century Btitish artist. Frame measures 35.5 x 29.75 inches; canvas measures 26 x 20 inches. Good, clean original estate condition.

 
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Olive Parker Black landscape oil painting on canvas
Item# 8694    $15000
Olive Parker Black landscape oil painting on canvas

Olive Parker Black summer landscape oil painting on canvas. Signed lower right. The painting measures 16 x 24 inches and the period gold leaf frame measures 29 x 37 inches. Excellent condition. Olive Parker Black (1868–1948) was a talented American female artist who thrived during the primarily male-dominated period of nineteenth century American painting, Olive Parker Black studied at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League, under the tutelage of renowned American painters, Hugh Bolton Jones, William Merritt Chase, and Edwin Blashfield. Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the artist spent much of her career in New York, though she often summered in the Berkshire Mountains, where she painted many of her prized landscapes. Black was a member of the National Association of Women Artists, the New York Society of Painters, the American Artists Professional League, and the Copley Society in Boston. During her lifetime, Black exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the National Academy of Design, the Boston Art Club, the Society of American Artists, and the Carnegie Institute. For a biography of the artist: see Falk "Who Was Who in American Art" page 332

 
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