LARGE SIGNED STUDY: ART NOUVEAU ENTRANCE DOOR PROJECT - SCHOOL OF DECORATIVE ARTS - 1911. LARGE SIGNED STUDY: ART NOUVEAU ENTRANCE DOOR PROJECT - NATIONAL SCHOOL OF DECORATIVE ARTS - 1911. Numerous photos after the text.Here is a magnificent large study in the Art Nouveau style, dated 1911: It represents the project for a double-leaf entrance door. This watercolor/gouache and black pencil study is the work of the artist Alice Fardel, a student at the School of Decorative Arts, and was executed during an Architecture course in February 1911, as indicated on the red stamp at the top right.
Sre" (upper division) and "14 Points. A label from the School, pinned at the bottom, provides some information about the artist. The different elements that make up the door are represented, both the structure itself and the decorative flower motifs. As for these motifs, they are treated in several ways: carved in the wood of the door's corners, chiseled in the brass of the handle, or in the form of stained glass to let in the light...Even the key and hinges have been drawn! > This large-scale study (63 x 48 cm) has been painted on a thick beige cardboard. It will be shipped flat (it cannot be rolled). General terms and conditions of sale.