Table lamp in Art Nouveau style
Artist/Maker: Georges Leleu
Artist/Maker Dates: 1883 - 1961
Place of Production: France
Date of Production: 1910s - 1920s
Materials: beads, bronze
Style: Art Nouveau
Height: 51.0 cm.
Condition notes: In working condition, wear consistent with age and use
Georges Leleu was a French artist, born in 1883 and passing away in 1961, who is primarily known for his contributions to the field of decorative arts, particularly in lighting design. Operating during a period that spanned the late Art Nouveau movement into the Art Deco era, Leleu was renowned for his elegant and innovative lighting fixtures, which often featured sophisticated, streamlined designs that reflected the aesthetic shifts of the early 20th century.
Leleu's work was characterized by a harmonious blend of functionality and artistic beauty, making use of a variety of materials including glass, bronze, and wrought iron to create pieces that were not only visually appealing but also highly practical. His designs frequently incorporated geometric shapes, floral motifs, and the use of colored glass to enhance the ambient qualities of light.
In addition to lighting, Georges Leleu and the Maison Leleu, a family business, were involved in a wider range of decorative arts projects, including the design of furniture and interiors.
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