ca. 1901–2
stained and leaded glass, bronze, wood
Overall: 78 3/4 × 35 13/16 in. (200.03 × 90.96 cm)
Georges de Feure was an artist, designer, and interior decorator based in Paris around 1900. He was one of three artists chosen by Siegfried Bing to design interiors for Bing’s pavilion at the World’s Fair in Paris in 1900. De Feure designed stained-glass windows, textiles, carpets, glassware, and furniture for a boudoir. This window, designed by de Feure and probably made by Hans Müller-Hickler, shows a female figure surrounded by floral imagery. Commissioned by Bing, it was most likely also shown at the De Feure exhibition held in Bing’s gallery in 1903.
Gift of Sydney and Frances Lewis
Almost certainly on view at the De Feure Exhibition, Siegfried Bing's Gallery L'Art Nouveau, Paris, 1903 (BLS)
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