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Musée du Luxembourg

Musée du Luxembourg, 19, rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris, jusqu'au 29 juillet 2007.

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Rene Lalique, one of the first designer of the century, designer of the lights of the dining room of stemaer Normandy and the East-Express train, deserves more than ever this retrospective in honour to a definitively French art during the short one and prestigious period Art nouveau. Beyond the luminaries, much before his name is associated Art Déco and its famous molten glasses, Lalique is initially the creator of the modern jewel. His inimitable pencil signature opens the doors of Tout Paris to him. He will seduct allure women lights such as Sarah Bernhardt. He renews a kind which still took its reference marks at the XIXth century. He uses new, introducing into the world of the jewels, the coral, the horn, the ivory, glass, the opal. The woman as a myth inspires him. Woman-animal, vegetalized, such as the Art nouveau will stylize it. Drawing his inspiration in exotic nature, plants and flowers drawed in the Botanical garden, he will become one of the headlights of the World Fair of 1900. This presentation with the Museum of Luxembourg counts 400 numbers, of which many drawings, sketches, jewels, various objects, carried out between 1890 and 1912 by the Master.

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