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Functional archive of forty five royalty-free designs tailored from watercolors, displays, kimonos, Noh drama costumes, wall hangings, extra. wide array of stripes, allover styles, nature scenes, grand sprays of vegetation and tree branches, different basically specified designs suggesting refined beauty of jap artwork. advent. Captions.
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After the sketches 103 EMILE-JACQUES RUHLMANN thousand interlaced circles of lacquered wood came the more elaborate of ivory. Cabinet veneered The amboyna and inlaid with central octagonal motif representing night the elevations, marked Each model was num- profiles and moment of execution given a letter which sides. place in the series. Several years could therefore separate the first model from its successive realisations. A its numbered and signed in Ruhlmann's own hand, which accompanied the piece when it was sold, now makes it certificate, possible to date it very exactly.
106 55 ^ THE ART DECO STYLE 107-108 EMILE-JACQUES RUHLMANN The designs and the finished desk with the addition of a raised section with pigeon holes and drawers surrounding the of the piece. (Galerie 1 09-1 1 107 In line du Luxembourg, with those on the upper part Paris) EMILE-JACQUES RUHLMANN deep square seat and The circular leather top of three sides. legs are inlaid with threads of ivory Design and armchair with large cushion following the slope of the base. (Collection Jean-Pierre Badet) 111-112 EMILE-JACQUES elevation and profile.
He was an ardent defender of the aristocratic tradition of luxury and was categorically opposed to what he called 'mass-production art'. This attitude was not shared by Maurice Dufrêne (1876-1955) who began his career at the Maison Moderne in 1901, a few years before Follot, and established the Maîtrise workshop at the Galeries Lafayette in 1921. Dufrêne was a partisan of the use of industrial methods in every field to which he turned his whether attention it was furniture, glasswork, textiles, ceramics or goldwork.