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BERNARD HOETGER – LA MAISON MODERNE – “DER STURM” (“LA TEMPETE”), 1901

“DER STURM” (“LA TEMPETE”), 1901
Patinated bronze
Signed
31 cm. high

A similar example is at the Musée d’Orsay, Paris, inv. RF 4189

Exhibition
Loïe Fuller: Danseuse de l’Art Nouveau, Nancy, Musée des Beaux-Arts, 17 May-19 August 2002, ill. p. 121, n. 37 in the exhibition catalogue

Bibliography
Documents sur l’Art Industriel au XXème siècle, édition de La Maison Moderne, Paris, ill. p. 5 under the n. 3422-1
Bernhardt Hoetger Skulptur Malerei Design Arcitektur, Bremen 1998, Verlag H. M. Hauschild GmnH, Bremen, ill. p. 38, p. 39 and p. 318, n. 209

LOUIS LOURIOUX – LA MAISON MODERNE – ABEL LANDRY – VASE, 1902-1904

VASE, 1902-1904
Molded porcelain vase with square shoulders and small neck, decorated with delicate enamel flowers in blue, green and beige heightened in gold
Signed with the monogram
17.5 cm. high

Bibliography
Alastair Duncan, The Paris Salons volume IV : ceramics and glass, Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridge, 1998, modèle similaire reproduit p. 285

PAUL FOLLOT – LA MAISON MODERNE – HAND MIRROR, CIRCA 1902

HAND MIRROR, CIRCA 1902
Gilt and chased copper with turquoise cabochon
Signed
28 cm. long

Bibliography
Der Modern Stil, Julius Hoffmann junior, A Guérinet, Librairie d'Art Décoratif, volume 4, ill. pl. 76, n.4
Documents sur l'Art Industriel au XXème siècle, édition de La Maison Moderne, Paris, Objets en métal, ill.p. 21, ref. 1072-1
Léopold Diego Sanchez, Paul Follot: un artiste décorateur parisien, AAM Editions, 2020, ill. p. 32

LA MAISON MODERNE – HAND MIRROR, CIRCA 1900

HAND MIRROR, CIRCA 1900
Silver
With French Minerva mark
23.5 cm. long

Design probably attributed or in the style of Henry Van de Velde for La maison Moderne

The mirror was made for the German restaurant Konss, designed by the German architect and urban planner Bruno Möhring (1863-1929). On Boulevard des Italiens in Paris, it’s interior decoration was commissioned to La Maison Moderne in 1901. The hand mirror was probably part of a set for the dressing rooms.

MANUEL ORAZI – LA MAISON MODERNE – RARE LITHOGRAPH “FEMME AUX ORCHIDEES”, CIRCA 1902-1904

RARE LITHOGRAPH “FEMME AUX ORCHIDEES”, CIRCA 1902-1904
Colour lithograph
Signed, with the artist’s circular seal adapted from a Japanese motif
46 x 61.5 cm.

Bibliography
Victor Arwas, Art Nouveau: The French Aesthetic, Andreas Papadakis Publisher, London, 2002, ill. p. 197-198

Manuel Orazi designed important Art Nouveau posters for La Maison Moderne, as well as for Sarah Bernhardt, the 1900 Exposition Universelle, Loïe Fuller, and the Palais de la Danse. His works in oils, gouache and watercolours were exhibited
at the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts from 1897. He also supplied illustrations for periodicals and for books. As the principal artist working for La Maison Moderne, besides a poster, he created objets d’art and jewellery

LOETZ – ALPHONSE DEBAIN – LA MAISON MODERNE – VASE, CIRCA 1899

VASE, CIRCA 1899
Iridescent glass with a floral design attributed to Loetz. The mount and the base in silver attributed to Debain.
With French Minerva mark; silversmith mark; Russian import mark 84
These pieces were sold at the Maison Moderne
The mount with two handles can be attributed to Henry Van de Velde
11.3 cm. high

GEORGES DE FEURE – LA MAISON MODERNE – ARMCHAIR, CIRCA 1900

ARMCHAIR, CIRCA 1900
Walnut

Bibliography
Meubles de style moderne à l’Exposition Universelle de 1900, Sections française et étrangères,
published under the direction of Th. Lambert, architect, Charles Schmidt éditor, Paris, nd. ill. pl. 17, fig. 2
Ian Millman Georges de Feure Maître du symbolisme et de l’art nouveau, ACR édition, Paris, ill. p. 155
Art Nouveau: An Architectural Indulgence, New Architecture 6 October 2000, Andreas Papadakis publisher,
in collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, ill. p. 67
84 cm. high

Exhibition
Exposition Universelle of 1900, Paris