"Etling Art Deco Sculpture"Rare Art Deco period glass sculpture by Edmond Etling signed ETLING - France 94 decorated with a naked female figure with arms outstretched upward holding birds of paradise. Model most likely designed by Lucille Sevin and made at Etling. Dimensions: 23.5cm high X 8cm wide. Good condition, to be specified two small chips under the very easily grindable base and a small burst bubble at the top on one of the two birds. Etling Paris: a house founded in 1909 by Edmond Etling and located at 29 rue du Paradis in Paris, the boutique presented some of the most exclusive premium art objects of this period: bronze, glass and glass statues, created by the best independent artists of the Art Deco period such as: Alliott, Alonzo, Chiparus, Descomps, Drouot, Guiraud-Rivière, Godard, Pierre Le Faguays, Claire Colinet ... to finish this ideal setting for them, Etling played a role important patron for the Art Deco style. Pieces marked with Etling are famous for their design and quality and are in great demand today. Their production was produced during the Art Deco period because the company did not survive World War II. Lucille Sévin is a French sculptor, active from 1920 to 1940. She was a student of the sculptor François-Léon Sicard (1862-1934). Lucille Sévin makes many chryselephantine sculptures in the Art Deco style, using materials such as bronze, silver or gold, and ivory. His work has been expertly implemented and distributed by art publisher Edmond Etling. For a while, Sévin was artistic director of the Etling company. Her husband, sculptor Jean Théodore Delabassé, also worked for Etling. Lucille also worked with glass, ceramics and porcelain. Her sculptures of dancers in frosted and iridescent milky glass like Isadora Duncan from 1925 were made for Etling in a glass factory in Choisy-le-Roi. Lucille exhibited at the Salon de la Société des Artistes Français in Paris and became a member of the Society. Lucille Sévin won the bronze medal in 1932 and the gold medal at the Universal Exhibition in Paris 1937. She also exhibited her works at the Société du Salon d'Automne in Paris.