Jacques Quinet, Lantern
Jacques Quinet (1918-1992)
Circular lantern with a medal patina bronze structure and perspex. A long bronze tubular rod holds a bronze structure made up of two flat and hollowed discs gathered with three vertical bronze sections. A perspex cylinder sets on this fixture and offers a soft and warm light. Jacques Quinet crated this piece for the interior design of Company located in the South of France, circa 1960-61. This elegant piece with beautiful proportions shows perflectly the style of Jacques Quinet who sought throughout his career some innovatives solutions for lighthning.
Height 103 cm (40 1⁄2 in) - Diameter 35 cm (13 3⁄4 in)
- Special order for a financial society, Marseille (South of France), 1960-61.
- Then by descent.
- Purchased directly by the gallery Chastel-Maréchal from the above.