Past Exhibitions
Style Moderne: French Art Deco Enameled Glass from the Ed & Karen Ogul Collection
3.21.15 – 9.13.15
Decorative Arts Gallery

The Art Deco style was focused on modernity and the industrialization of post-World War I Europe. During this time, glass became one of the most versatile and stylish materials. It was blown, molded, cast, cut, carved, sand blasted, engraved, acid etched, and in the case of this collection, enameled. From the collection of Ed and Karen Ogul, each object in this exhibition is wholly unique yet designed in a manner that fits seamlessly with the romantic appeal of the Art Deco style.
André Delatte, Vase
August-Claude Heiligenstein, Perfume Bottle
Marcel Goupy, Vase
André Delatte, Vase
Nicolas Platon, Pendant
Plate


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Nicolas Platon
French, 1888- 1968
Plate
enameled glass
12 1/2 x 12 inches
Collection of Ed & Karen Ogul
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