Important 20th Century Design /04 December 2005

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Paul Kiss

screen
France, c. 1925
wrought iron
131 w × 55 h in (333 × 140 cm)

Paul Kiss moved to Paris in 1907 and worked under the master ironworkers Edgar Brandt and Raymond Subes. After World War I, he opened his own studio and went on to become one of the elite “Ferronnier Moderne” working in the high art deco style of the 1920s. His work was featured in the seminal Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes in 1925.

estimate: $50,000–70,000

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