"Pomone Edit. Art Deco Bronze By Paul Follot & Gustave Gillot"Large silver bronze sculpture from the Art Deco period, signed by the Pomone workshops by Paul Follot (1877-1941 artistic director) and the handwritten signature of the sculptor Gustave Gillot (1888-1965, sculptor and pupil of Landowski). Beautiful allegorical cubist style composition depicting a naked languid nymph partially covered with a drape and holding a feline near it, a beautiful natural terrace enlivened with the most elegant Art Deco plant ornaments. The set rests on a Carrara marble base, good condition, dimensions: 47 cm long X 28 cm high X 15 cm deep. Paul Follot is the creator of the Atelier du Bon Marché "Pomone" and is in charge of its management. In this context, it was the Galeries Lafayette which opened in 1921 "La Maîtrise" with a Master of good French taste, Maurice Dufrêne from the Society of Decorative Artists and the School of Decorative Arts, within this Society of Decorators will emerge a man, Paul Follot who among others, worked for the Palais de l'Élysée and for the Mobilier National. He was also a teacher at the Boulle school and the School of Applied Arts. He perfected the decor of the liner "Paris" and in 1935, was brought to decorate the liner "Normandie". Paul Follot is at the initiative of the opening of Atelier du Bon Marché "Pomone" and is in charge of its management.