An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ by Paul Haviland
An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ by Paul Haviland
An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ by Paul Haviland
An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ by Paul Haviland
An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ by Paul Haviland
An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ by Paul Haviland
An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ by Paul Haviland
An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ by Paul Haviland

Paul Haviland

An amusing vase ‘deux moineaux’ 1920

Glass
21 cm
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About the artwork

This nice vase with two sparrows in blown and pressed glass is matted and blue patinated. The small nest of birds forms the complete form of this lovely vase. It dates around 1920 and is signed R. Lalique.

Height: 21 cm.
See Marcilhac page 419 number 912

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Paul Burty Haviland (17 June 1880 – 21 December 1950) was an early French-American 20th-century photographer, writer and arts critic who was closely associated with Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession.

It was in 1908, after meeting the leader of the American pictorialist movement Photo-Secession, Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946), that Paul Haviland became a keen photographer. His early work reflects this influence: indistinct figures, with hazy outlines, looming out of the semidarkness, marked by Japanism and Whistler's aesthetic.