Daum Crystal Amber Kabuki by Marie-Paule Deville-Chabrolle - Limited Edition of 8
This Marie-Paule Deville Chabrolle designed Daum Kabuki sculpture with add a graceful and elegant touch to your decor. Marie-Paul Deville-Chabrolle is a French sculptor best known for her stylized nude women made in bronze or Daum crystal. Inspired by both Western and Eastern sculptural aesthetics, Deville-Chabrolle combines the attention to accuracy of Classical Greek sculpture with the sinewy movement of Hindu and Buddhist sculptures. "I do not carve what I see, I sculpt emotion received."
Size: 40.55 Inches Tall x 22 Inches Wide x 18.11 Inches Deep
Delivery Time: On Demand - Special Order
In 1878, Jean Daum set up a workshop in the Lorrain region of France, and the works he created there led him to become known as one of the fathers of modern glassmaking. From Art Nouveau to the Decorative Arts movements, Daum has been at the forefront, working with leading artists of the times. Each new generation of the Daum dynasty adds to the company's anthology, whether through creative or technical contributions.