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HOME & GARDEN
September 27, 1997 | CYNDI Y. NIGHTENGALE
The timeless elegance of French crystal is now sparkling bright in Orange County, with the opening of the Lalique boutique earlier this month in Costa Mesa. Lalique offers a diverse line of products, from its signature crystal pieces to silk scarves, jewelry, porcelain and a new line of leather goods, exclusive to the South Coast Plaza store. Among the boutique's unique items: the Bacchantes crystal vase ($3,195), designed in 1927 by company founder Rene Lalique.
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HOME & GARDEN
September 27, 1997 | CYNDI Y. NIGHTENGALE
The timeless elegance of French crystal is now sparkling bright in Orange County, with the opening of the Lalique boutique earlier this month in Costa Mesa. Lalique offers a diverse line of products, from its signature crystal pieces to silk scarves, jewelry, porcelain and a new line of leather goods, exclusive to the South Coast Plaza store. Among the boutique's unique items: the Bacchantes crystal vase ($3,195), designed in 1927 by company founder Rene Lalique.
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MAGAZINE
December 22, 1985 | BEVIS HILLIER
An Indian scholar who came to dinner with my parents said, when the roast beef was finally served, "I am absolutely ravished (halfway between ravenous and famished)." I should not laugh at this, as I have made equally ludicrous mistakes in foreign languages--mainly in French. My worst blooper was in Avignon some years ago.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 29, 1993 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES ART WRITER
Interior designer Francine Alfieri Brandt didn't really believe that a huge glass wall by French artist Rene Lalique was languishing in a warehouse in South-Central Los Angeles. But last summer when she checked out the enticing tip, Brandt made an astonishing discovery: an 11x10-foot artwork composed of 165 glass panels, which experts say is an unknown masterpiece.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 22, 1986 | JOSINE IANCO-STARRELS
"Art Nouveau Jewelry by Rene Lalique" brings 47 pendants, necklaces, combs, tiaras, chest ornaments, bracelets and brooches plus 21 related drawings from the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon to the County Museum of Art, Thursday through Aug. 18. In addition, 10 Lalique pieces from American collections and 14 drawings from the Lalique family collection in Paris are on loan to the exhibition.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 29, 1993 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES ART WRITER
Interior designer Francine Alfieri Brandt didn't really believe that a huge glass wall by French artist Rene Lalique was languishing in a warehouse in South-Central Los Angeles. But last summer when she checked out the enticing tip, Brandt made an astonishing discovery: an 11x10-foot artwork composed of 165 glass panels, which experts say is an unknown masterpiece.
NEWS
February 12, 2013 | By Booth Moore
NEW YORK -- Rich and refined. Those are the words to describe Tory Burch's stellar fall 2013 collection shown Tuesday morning at the Pierre Hotel on the southeast side of Central Park. The inspiration: The rich textures of Gustav Klimt portraits. Art Nouveau and Rene Lalique. The look: Romantic with a whiff of exoticism. Day to evening dressing, including lots of statement coats and jackets that would make an outfit, one in blush tweed with tile-like beading, and another in gray-and-black beaded zig-zag tweed.
TRAVEL
April 9, 2000
April is the cruelest month? Not for art devotees. Gearing up for the peak travel season, here are some notable openings: * London--"Art Nouveau: 1890-1914" is billed as the largest, most comprehensive exhibit of that style since its heyday. The more than 400 objects include paintings, sculpture, furniture, graphics and jewelry by the likes of Aubrey Beardsley, Louis Comfort Tiffany and Rene Lalique. Opened last week; ends July 30. Victoria and Albert Museum. Telephone 011-44-20-7942-2000.
TRAVEL
March 23, 2003 | Jane Engle, Times Staff Writer
A major exhibit on the popular Art Deco movement, which influenced design as diverse as architecture and jewelry in the last century, opens Thursday at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. More than 300 paintings and works of sculpture, furniture, textiles, fashion, film and more, from New York to Shanghai, will be part of "Art Deco: 1910-1939." Artists and designers include Rene Lalique, Fernand Leger, Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann and Coco Chanel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 2003 | Claudia Luther, Times Staff Writer
Marie-Claude Lalique, who for 17 years ran the company founded by her grandfather, Rene Jules Lalique, the 19th and early 20th century creator of art glass, has died. She was 67. Marie-Claude, who took over the firm's designing and production upon the death of her father, Marc, in 1977, died April 14 at Health Park Hospital in Fort Myers, Fla., near her home on Captiva Island, according to a Fort Myers funeral home. The cause of death was not disclosed.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 22, 1986 | JOSINE IANCO-STARRELS
"Art Nouveau Jewelry by Rene Lalique" brings 47 pendants, necklaces, combs, tiaras, chest ornaments, bracelets and brooches plus 21 related drawings from the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon to the County Museum of Art, Thursday through Aug. 18. In addition, 10 Lalique pieces from American collections and 14 drawings from the Lalique family collection in Paris are on loan to the exhibition.
MAGAZINE
December 22, 1985 | BEVIS HILLIER
An Indian scholar who came to dinner with my parents said, when the roast beef was finally served, "I am absolutely ravished (halfway between ravenous and famished)." I should not laugh at this, as I have made equally ludicrous mistakes in foreign languages--mainly in French. My worst blooper was in Avignon some years ago.
TRAVEL
February 29, 2004 | Catharine Hamm, Times Staff Writer
Cartier jewelry, Chanel fashions and ... Electrolux vacuum cleaners? Well, yes. These objects and scores more are part of the Art Deco 1910-1939 show that's set to open Saturday at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco's Lincoln Park, near 34th Avenue and Clement Street. "You'll see Art Deco ...
TRAVEL
October 8, 2000
Some art exhibits can be worth an out-of-town trip, and fall is prime season. Among those opening this month: * Washington, D.C.: "Art Nouveau, 1890-1914," billed as the largest and most comprehensive show ever on the subject, played at London's Victoria and Albert Museum through the summer. It opens today at the National Gallery of Art. More than 350 works, from paintings to jewelry to furniture. Through Jan 28. Free. Telephone (202) 737-4215, Internet http://www.nga.gov. Also in D.C.
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