Max Ingrand

Born in 1908 in Bressuire, Max Ingrand graduated from the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris in 1927. He began his career under the guidance of his master, Jean Gruben. In addition to creating numerous stained-glass windows in France and abroad, Max Ingrand also designed and crafted furniture, lighting fixtures, mirrors and objects.

When Saint-Gobain acquired Fontana Arte, the renowned glass artist was appointed as the artistic director of the factory in Milan in 1954.

He passed away prematurely in 1969.

He remains one of the major figures in post-war design in both France and Italy.

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Work of Max Ingrand

Light fixture

Max Ingrand, circa 1960

Light pendant

Max Ingrand, circa 1960

Pair of lamps mod.2228

Max Ingrand, circa 1956

Floor Lamp

Max Ingrand, 1955