Lamp base in gilded bronze and brown patinated bronze representing a faun in a sheath by Ferville Suan
Late 19th century
Custom-made screen shade, embellished with an engraving in colored optical view, representing the quays of a port and the mansions of wealthy merchants. This light screen is lined with gold, for soft lighting.
18th century optical view.
New electrification and standards
For memory :
Charles Georges Ferville-Suan born January 16, 1847 in Le Mans (Sarthe) and died in the same city on December 11, 1925 is a French sculptor.
Adopted son of the painter Charles Suan, Charles Georges Ferville-Suan studied at the School of Fine Arts in Paris in the studio of the sculptor François Jouffroy.
He makes medallions, statuettes, in plaster, marble or bronze. He exhibited at the Salon from 1872, and until 1909. He was a member of the Society of French Artists.
In September 1878, he married the landscape painter Marie Ernestine Lavieille (born in 1852 in Barbizon), daughter of the painter Eugène Lavieille.