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Jean Goulden (1878-1946), French physician and artist, designed and made this Art Deco clock in 1929. It’s made of silvered bronze, enamel and marble. He was greatly influenced by the Byzantine enamels he encountered in Greece. Located at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.
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