René Jules Lalique (1860-1945)
He chose to use glass, semi-precious metals and stones as the media with which to communicate as an artist and designer.
His comprehensive range of works in jewellery, glass and glass sculpture (in the form of Cire Perdue vessels and figurines) are widely recognized and rightly praised for their highly innovative and groundbreaking qualities.
The NZ Collection of Jack C Richards
Foreword and Perspectives by Caroline Hatch and Jan and Simon Afford
Edited by Damian Skinner
Printed by David Bateman Press LTD
Available online at: www.fishpond.com
The Art of René Lalique
Written by Patricia Bayer and Mark Waller
Published by Quantum Books
The Art of René Lalique Flacons and Powder Boxes
Written by Christine Mayer Lefkowith
Published by Editions Stylissimo
René Lalique by Félix Marchilhac
Published by Les éditions de l’amateur