PAIR OF LAMPS CLARTE | LUEUR LUMINEUSE, MAX LE VERRIER

The sculpture "Clarté" ou "Lueur Lumineuse" by Max Le Verrier is an emblematic example of Art Deco aesthetics, standing at a height of 38 cm and embodying its magnificence.

It portrays CLARTE, the goddess of light, in the form of a cast iron woman holding a frosted and cracked glass luminous sphere at arm's length. The curved posture of the back and the head tilted backward create a perfect balance, forming a fluid line that embodies strength and grace.

Max Le Verrier created this model in various sizes (170 cm, 85 cm, 68 cm, and 38 cm).

These are two posthumous cast iron editions, including their original glass globes.

 

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
21 × 10 × 38 cm
XXth century
Year
1928
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