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  • Émile Gallé (8 May 1846 in Nancy – 23 September 1904 in Nancy) was a French artist who worked in glass, and is considered to be one of the major forces
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  • Galle is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Carl Galle, German athlete Cornelius Galle (disambiguation), multiple people Émile Gallé
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  • Dawn and Dusk bed (Aube et Crépuscule) by Émile Gallé, 1904. Bench by Émile Gallé, 1902. Piano chair by Modernisme artist Gaspar
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  • sagesse" or "Le sage Munier" when referring to Munier. The glass designer Émile Gallé was another artist Munier was known to work with from around 1869. Munier
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  • suited equally to Neo-Grec taste and the French Art Nouveau practiced by Émile Gallé, and cameo glass is still produced today. Despite the advantages
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  • collection exhibits the works of leading French Art Nouveau artists including Emile Gallé, Daum, Eugène Michel, René and Lalique. Art Nouveau was a trend in
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  • École de Nancy. He designed decors of glass works and furniture for Émile Gallé. He worked for Eugène Vallin, Fernand Courteix, the Daum Brothers and
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  • William Wyler Raymond Aron Maurice Barrès Jacques Callot Emile Durkheim, sociologist Emile Gallé Claude Gellée Joan of Arc, national heroine of France Jean
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  • originally came from Alsace. Some members of the family worked together with Émile Gallé before starting their own business. Media related to Muller frères
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  • Libenský Bořek Šípek Meeli Kõiva Ivo Lill Timo Sarpaneva (1926–2006) Émile Gallé (1846–1904) René Lalique (1860–1945) Louis Majorelle Maurice Marinot
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  • disciple of Art Nouveau, in part under the influence of Émile Gallé, for whom he created the door of Gallé's new studios. But he was most famous for his furniture
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  • all over the world, signed by Louis Majorelle, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Emile Gallé, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Clement Massier. These objects are displayed
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  • devoted to the École de Nancy, an Art Nouveau movement founded in 1901 by Émile Gallé, Victor Prouvé, Louis Majorelle, Antonin Daum and Eugène Vallin in the
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  • rapid maneuvers rather than trench warfare. De Gaulle became a disciple of Emile Mayer (1851-25 November 1938), a retired lieutenant-colonel (his career
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  • A Emile Gallé (1846-1904) tureen.
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  • Choura Milena as Flossie Jacqueline Torrent as Daisy Emile Denois Andrews Engelmann Alberte Gallé Teddy Michaud Germaine Michel Rège p.1142 Philippe
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  • Amerling Der gelunge Brief, by Adolf Eberle Vase by Émile Gallé Portrait of a boy (possibly James II) by Anthony van Dyck
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  • Barrès (1862-1923), and Franca Florio. He had a strong influence on Émile Gallé (1846-1904), a glass artist he collaborated with and commissioned major
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  • Auguste Digot, Gilles Fabre, Nicolas-Louis François de Neufchâteau, Émile Gallé, André Grandpierre, Maurice Grandpierre, Prosper Guerrier de Dumast,
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  • nuit by Émile Gallé, France, (1894) Lampe aux ombelles by Émile Gallé, France, (about 1902) Rose de France cup by Émile Gallé, (1901)
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