1950s Atelier Marolles French Folk Art Screen


This charming rare folk art screen/room divider was made by an artisan at the French workplace, studio Atelier Marolles in the 1950’s. It is a hand wrought iron screen depicting six different animals in fifty 6″ x 6″ panels. All the animals are constructed from two pieces of convex steel welded together, and not simply a metal plate cut in silhouette. The animals are: camel, horse, elephant, rooster, goose, and pig.  The screen is finished in black paint.

Atelier Marolles was started by Jean Touret and a group of talented artisans worked there in the 1950s – 60s. Works from this studio are of superior quality, rare and sought after.  As it is completely hand-made, the images vary slightly. Circa 1955.

Condition: In excellent condition with age appropriate wear.

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Weight: 30 lb
Length: 31 in
Width: 15 in
Height: 65 in