Emile Galle

Specimens of Lorraine Flora

Specimens of Lorraine Flora
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Author: Emile Galle
Drawings, Black chalk and charcoal, 50x32 cm
Origin: France, 1893
Album: Album ''The Gold Book of Lorraine''
Source of entry: Winter Palace, 1920s

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Émile Gallé - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Émile Gallé (Nancy, 8 May 1846 – Nancy, 23 September 1904) was a French artist who worked in glass, and is considered to be one of the major forces in the  ...
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Emile Gallé. 1846-1904. French artist in glass, wood and ceramics. Gallé was not only the most famous artist of the école de Nancy but he was also a bright ...
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Emile Galle | French glass designer | Britannica.com
Émile Gallé, (born May 8, 1846, Nancy, France—died Sept. 23, 1904, Nancy), celebrated French designer and pioneer in technical innovations in glass. He was ...

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