Leon Parvillee 1830 - 1885
Student of Viollet-le-Duc, sculptor, decorator, commissioned by the Ottoman government for the restoration of the town of Brousse and Turkish installations of the 1867 World Exhibition, ceramist orientalist and well-known medalist, creator of the beautiful Japanese design of the Bourbon-l'Archambault spa, defender of polychrome architecture, researcher and art historian, Léon Parvillée (1830-1885) is an "eclectic" artist in every sense of the word. His passion for ceramics, born of his work as an ornamentist and architect, pushed him constantly to pass his technical or aesthetic research of the object to the building or building to the object. Drawing from all areas and all references, the sets and enamels he composes form a permanent dialogue between architecture and the decorative arts.
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