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An Agnes de Frumerie & Edmond Lachenal Art Nouveau faience inkstand, Paris 1901.

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3 000 - 4 000 SEK
274 - 366 EUR
290 - 387 USD
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5 000 SEK
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Eva Seeman
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Eva Seeman
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An Agnes de Frumerie & Edmond Lachenal Art Nouveau faience inkstand, Paris 1901.

Signed Agnes de Frumerie 61 n 2 Lachenal Céramiste 1901. Length 47 cm, height 19 cm.

Minor wear, minor base chips and glaze crazing.

More information

The Swedish sculptor Agnes de Frumerie studied at the Technische Schule and Academy in Stockholm. After some time in Berlin and in Italy she lived in Paris, where she got to know Rodin. In 1893 she became a member of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, became a friend of Adrien Dalpayrat for a short time, then of Edmond Lachenal, who executed a number of her works. She worked with glass, ceramics, bronze, silver and pewter. In 1930 she returned to Sweden, where she got interested in the technique of pâte de verre. In 1936, after her husband's death she moved to Stockholm. The Museum at Skara owns an important collection of her works.