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Galle

 (gäl, găl)
A city of southern Sri Lanka on the Indian Ocean. It was a trade center for the Chinese and Arabs by 100 bc and later flourished as a Portuguese and Dutch port.

Galle

(ˈɡɔːl)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Sri Lanka; along with other coastal settlements, it suffered badly in the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004. Pop: 90 270 (2001). Former name: Point de Galle

Galle

(gɑl)

n.
a seaport in SW Sri Lanka. 76,863.
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Perrier-Jouet Blanc de Blancs NV (PS80, Fortnum & Mason): An artisanal fizz, the iconic anemone wreathed in gold that dresses every bottle of Perrier-Jouet reflects the art nouveau movement, and its links with 19th-century artist Emile Galle.
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and often visited the Chrysler Museum of Art, where he especially appreciated the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) and Emile Galle (1846-1904).
After a tour through Europe in 1889, and exposure to the innovative glassware of Emile Galle, Tiffany came home and founded a glassmaking factory.
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The design of the leaf of this tree, widespread in Japan, was not only used for Arita porcelain, it was a major symbol for Art Nouveau as it developed in the ''Nancy School'' of Art Nouveau, of which the glass makers Emile Galle and Jean Daum are some of the main representatives.
Jean Prouve (1901-1984) at the Musee des Beaux-Arts (until 15 October) claims to tackle 'all aspects of his talent and personality', starting with the influence of his father and godfather, the artists Victor Prouve and Emile Galle, both of whom were closely involved with the vigorous local flowering of Art Nouveau known as the Ecole de Nancy.