Devez, Camille Tutré de Varreux (1872/1942) - Vase - Acid-etched cameo glass - France, circa 1908/1910.

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20th century
Art Nouveau

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Superb vase, in blown glass and worked with tools, brown tone colors decorated with a lacustrine landscape on an alpine background, acid-etched cameo relief, frosted background, signed "de Vez" for Camille Tutré de Varreux, circa 1908 / 1910.
In 1907, as artistic director of the Pantin crystal factory, Camille Tutré de Varreux, who signed "de Vez", created the admirable collection of "Glass Landscapes" whose variety of patterns never ceases to surprise. Acid-etched cameo in multiple color layers with previously unheard-of bite sharpness and tonal undertones that bring them closer to a painting, they remain unmatched in their genre.
Country: France
Period: Art Nouveau, circa 1908/1910.
Signed: de Vez
Dimension: H 15cm x W 6.5cm
Weight: 210g
Very good state.

Ref: 7L55B9N6SC

Style Art Nouveau
Century 20th century
Width (cm) 6.5
Height (cm) 15
Materials Glass
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 1 Business Day
Location 41140, Thésée, France

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