Émile Gallé (1846-1904) was a French artist who worked in glass in Nancy and is considered to be one of the major forces in the French Art Nouveau movement. He continued to incorporate experimental techniques into his work and revitalized the glass industry by establishing a workshop to mass-produce his and other artists, designs. The factory would employ 300 workers and artisans at its height and remained in operation until 1936.
Emile Gallé, Nancy - Vase, um 1912
Le Coq du Village' vase, 1902/03 - Emile Galle, Nancy. 'Le Coq du Village' vase,[...], mis en vente lors de la vente "Verrerie Art Nouveau et Art Deco " à Quittenbaum Kunstauktionen | Auction.fr