“Glass abstract flower” by Jan Exnar for Beranek f. M. U. K.



What I like

tex I like this glass sculpture, because, handmade, it was created by an artist who is exhibited in major museums. The large flower is a pop ode to life, with its stylization and primary colors. It awakens all interiors with its curved lines.

The glass, very flexible in the foot and transparent, draws a large flat flower, with very colorful rhythms: one thinks of some dazzling sunflower: both discreetly figurative and abstract, this unique sculpture gives a singular touch to a interior. Its large size gives it a strong presence, enhanced by the play of light on the glass.

Placed on a coffee table, on a sideboard or a shelf, this large flower brings spring: what happiness!

Technical description

tan EXNAR for Beranek Glassworks

Glass sculpture depicting an abstract flower

On a hollow stem in green glass, wider at its base, a flat corolla decorated with orange circles blooms.

Signed at the tip under the flower, paper label from the Beranek glass factory at the bottom of the stem.

Dimensions and weight

Height:  57 cm- Width: 22 cm- Depth: 20 cm

Weight:4,8 kg

Mix & Match

A work of art, this very colorful sculpture awakens all interiors, even the most classic ones. We will put it on the white table of the Orsay set by Gae Aulenti: same sleek design, same lightness. But it will also find its place on one of the tables in the style of Willy Rizzo with a smoked glass top or on the large walnut desk and chrome base from the Banque de France, removing its too imposing side.

This sculpture will give tone to the beautiful Grass Hoper armchairs by Sonja Wasseur, more austere with their dark brown leather.

On the walls, I will make it resonate with Edgard Pillet’s “Composition”, a masterpiece of geometric abstraction: isn’t it in the two questions of circles and colors? But the large flat areas, some of which are also orange, of Daniel de Linière’s tapestry, “Nuit d’Espagne” will find an echo with the sculpture of Jan Exnar.

It can even bring a touch of colorful modernity to a more classic interior, in particular on a console table in rococo gilded wood.

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The designer

Jan Exnar (born in 1951), Czech artist, has exhibited in various museums in Europe and the USA. Creator of important works in fused glass, he also collaborates with the Beranek glass factory. His works can be found in the collections of the Art Museum in Brno (Czech Republic), the Pardubice Museum (Czech Republic), and the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, USA

The editor

Beranek Glassworks were established in 1940 by Emanuel Beranek. Beranek Glassworks today specialize in handmade, mouth-blown and hot-formed glass. The company’s production reflects the successful synergy between glass craftsmanship and artistic design. Beránek products guarantee both uniqueness and quality of design and will bring their owner great beauty and pleasure. The main product line includes decorative vases, bowls, planters, plates, candlesticks, ashtrays, glass flowers, fruits, vegetables, animals and faceted sculptures. Blue, green, brown and crystal are the basic colors used for manufacturing. A rich variety of brilliant colors are then introduced using only the highest quality colored rods. Beránek’s other product line consists of line sculptures cast from molten glass. The use of negative molds allows the creation of very diverse and unique shapes with a striking design.

Beránek is the only Czech glassworks to focus solely on decorative objects with a contemporary look. It is the design glass par excellence. Every piece that bears the Beránek label is handcrafted, most hot-formed without the use of molds, and almost all unconventional.

A beautiful and authentic sculpture at a fair price

This glass sculpture has been carefully selected for its aesthetic qualities, its originality and its fair price. Our choice favors above all the acuity of the design and the quality of the manufacture, guarantees of a valorization of your new acquisition in your interior and of an ability to dialogue with your furniture, to agree and to mix to create unique decoration.

Buying vintage objects is surely a reasonable investment, so great is the appetite for the 1980s.

Finally, buying vintage objects preserves the resources of planet earth.

Additional information
Weight 4,8 kg
Dimensions 20 × 22 × 57 cm


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Dominique de Paillerets is passionate about objects and art. He likes to combine Design furniture from the 70s and the 18th century, in the spirit Combining refinement and the spirit of the seventies

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