Pair of press-books art deco signed henri guingot - faience saint-clement +. Beautiful pair of book-houses of the earthenware of Saint-Clément art, of period art deco signed henri guingot, red and gold with gold. Born on 21 June 1897 in nancy, he was the son of louis guingot, painter of the school of nancy, which led him to meet from his youngest age louis majorelle or emile gallé among others.After his certificate of study, he returned to the National Higher School of Art of nancy where he took courses in sculpture and modelling under the auspices of proven victor . In 1914, he participated with his father in the development of the first camouflage outfits.
In 1915 he became a volunteer (at the age of 17) in the Great War and returned with many decorations. Demobilized, he first assisted his father in his workshop, then charles despiau.
In 1929 he married mercedès stouls and then resided in the epinal. In 1940, he was again mobilized and would participate in the resistance.In 1943, he became assistant curator of the Epinal Museum before creating the National Museum of Popular Imaging in 1951, which became the International Museum of Imaging in 1957. Henri guinggot died of a heart attack in 1952 at the epinal. This item is in the category "art, antiques\furnishings, decoration of the xxe\art deco\ decorative objects". The seller is "fiodorkaramazov" and is located in this country: fr. This item can be shipped to the following country: European Union.