Silvered bronze, onyx
Height: 10.625" - Width: 10" - Depth: 3.625"
Albert Cheuret’s work is distinct not only for his masterly execution in bronze and alabaster, but for his elegant depiction of the natural subjects that so inspired him—wild animals, in particular birds, and flora—in the clean, industrial lines of the Art Deco. In this case, the hammered sides of each vase fan out as though they are new blooms, cinched by a band of onyx their bases.
Stamped Albert Cheuret.
Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels de Paris 1925. The same vase shown in Cheuret’s booth in Alexandre III bridge at the occasion of this international exhibition.