Inquire about
20th Century French Metal Mesh Panels Screen by Atelier de Marolles & Jean Touret
Close
Thank you for your inquiry.

Someone will contact you soon.
Or feel free to call us at 561-603-1142.

Authentic Provence Authentic Provence Authentic Provence Authentic Provence Authentic Provence Authentic Provence Authentic Provence Authentic Provence Authentic Provence Authentic Provence

20th Century French Metal Mesh Panels Screen by Atelier de Marolles & Jean Touret

ped-1137

A vintage Mid-Century modern French room diver made of hand crafted wrought iron designed by Jean Touret and produced by Atelier de Marolles, in good condition. The detailed Brutalist style screen is composed with three adjustable panels, each of them is particularized by many animals. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1950 - 1960, France.

Each Panel: 18.5" W

Jean Touret was a French sculptor and designer born in 1916, in Lassay-les-Châteaux, a small commune West of Paris, France and passed away in 2004. Touret started his career working at insurance company but soon developed a passion for art. After work, he took evening drawing classes to improve skills.  After the war, he returned to France where he opened his studio Atelier de Marolles. Over the years, he designed and produced a few pieces such as tables, lamps and buffets. Touret also has worked with metal to design screens made out of zinc and copper. He is also know for developing the monumental high bronze altar for the Notre Dame which was installed in 1981.

Material: Metal
Details: Wrought Iron
Country of Origin: France
Dimensions: 65.5" H x 55" W x 0.75" D

Inquire