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Antiquarian French Vases Exhibited in Moscow
5.02.2013 13:37
Antiquarian French Vases Exhibited in Moscow

Emil Galle: Glass Rhapsody – an exhibition of a French glass collection of the modernist style has been opened in the Bolshoy Palace of the Tsaritsyno State Memorial Estate.

      This is a large and integral collection belonging to the East European Antiquarian House. It contains works by both the well-known Emil Galle, the glass painter from northeast France (Nancy), and the works made by his company. The vases created in the technique of laminated color glass will become the main decoration of the exposition.

      The exhibition is open for visitors from 6 February to 17 February, 2013.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow France Vases Emil Galle  

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