A pair of regular green patina ledgers from middle-aged women. Signed max the glassmaker in hollow at the base. Dimensions: 15 x 14.5 x 7 cm, weight 1.6 kg each.
During the First World War, interned in Swiss in 1917, he studied at the school of the fine arts of genève in the company of marcel bouraine and stone the Faguays. Returning to Paris, he directed a small foundry and devoted himself to the creation of decorative objects and small sculptures. His first work will be a pelican made in an art deco style and carved with the axe (the artist will dedicate one of his series to animals).
It should be noted that his female sculptures are a means of addressing the liberalization of women. Max the glassmaker will also make lamps, appliques, book clips and other decorative objects always in the art deco style. Starting in 1919, the Max Le Verrier publishing house was very successful. At the end of the Second World War, he will receive the gold medal at the first international exhibition of decorative arts.
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