Louis SÜE & Jacques PALYART - CHRISTOFLE: Brassware box, 1925, signed

 

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Louis SÜE (1875-1968) & Jacques PALYART (18??-1928) designers - CHRISTOFLE editor : Decagonal box, high model, in brass with brown patina, cut sides and gilt edges, lid with an acorn shape gilt bronze handle. Signed underneath "J.PALYART" with the CHRISTOFLE hallmark and the reference number of model and patina "B 27 H".

1925

Height : 20 cm - 7 7/8 in
Diameter : 12 cm - 4 3/4 in

History

Model created by Louis SÜE & Jacques PALYART for the 1925 Exhibition of Decorative Arts in Paris.

Bibliography

Yvonne BRUNHAMMER: Le Style 1925. Paris. n.d. Baschet & Cie éditeur. Model reproduced p.128.

Jacques PALYART (18??-1928) :

French painter, illustrator, decorator and furniture designer. He was living 17 rue de Courcelles in Paris.
Friend and collaborator of Louis SÜE (1875-1968), he participated at "L'Atelier français" created by Luis SÜE in 1912 with André VERA (1881-1971) and the painter and decorator André MARE (1885-1932).
He showed his furniture with Louis SÜE at Salon d'Automne in Paris:
Salon d'Automne 1913 : "Un Boudoir" by Louis SÜE & Jacques PALYART.
Salon d'Automne de 1914 : "Une bijouterie (rue de la Paix)" by Louis SÜE, Jacques PALYART & VALLOIS.
His furniture, some in the "Directoire" style, was produced by "L'Atelier français".
He designed also metalwork for CHRISTOFLE, especially a clock, a candelstick, a box, etc.
From 1913 to 1926 he designed fabric patterns for the fabrics' Manufacture PRELLE, with other famous art-deco designers: Louis SÜE, André GROULT, SÜE & MARE, Charles STERN, Maurice DUFRËNE, Suzanne LALIQUE, Jacques-Emile RUHLMANN.
From 1921 he designed wallpapers for "La Maîtrise", the decorating studio of Galeries Lafayette directed by Maurice DUFRÊNE.
He participated in the 1923 "Exposition des Arts décoratifs contemporains" at Pavillon de Marsan.
In the 1925 "Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes" in Paris, the "Compagnie des Arts français" from Louis SÜE & André MARE realized the "Pavillon Fontaine", the "Salle des Fêtes du Grand Palais" and especially the "Musée d'Art contemporain"; Jacques PALYART collaborated.
He died in 1928.

Sources:
Léon DESHAIRS : Modern French Decorative Art, 2 vol. London. The Architectural Press. 1926. Vol.1, pp.75 & 130.
Pierre KJELLBERG : Art-déco, les maîtres du mobilier. Paris. Editions de l'Amateur. 1986. p.133

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