Jacques Lamy Collection

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Jacques Lamy Collection

Jacques LamyThe Jacques Lamy Collection was designed exclusively for Archiped by the French artist and Prix de Rome de Peinture recipient Jacques Lamy. The thirty-three piece collection includes benches, urns, pedestals and planters with sleek, strong, seamless lines. Thirteen of the pieces are Asian inspired, yet the collection transcends style boundaries and complements both traditional and contemporary décor.

Born in Paris and raised in the heart of an idyllic French countryside near the Loire Valley, Jacques Lamy completed his formal artistic training at the prestigious Ecole Nationale Superieur des Arts Decoratifs (Paris) in 1971. While there, he received the highest peer recognition in European Arts, the coveted Prix de Rome award for painting and later, the Silver Medal for Industrial Design.

Mr. Lamy's career as an artist, designer and art teacher has taken him from his native France to life abroad in Spain, Africa and the United States. He has taught at the Casa de Velasquez in Madrid, the National Institute of Art in Senegal, in France and in the Untied States. His work may be found in exhibitions throughout the world, including the Jesuit Art Museum.


His broad artistic interests and his classic training in art and design have enabled him to enjoy a wide variety of artistic experiences from designing furniture, lamps, tapestries and elegant garden statuary to creating large-scale murals.

Jacques' personal style is a melding of old and new—merging classical training with a modern artistic vision. This Old World training in design and composition lends a classical grace to his designs for Archiped Classics.



Classic Pediment (Large or Small)

Large Classic Pediment

Atlantis Urns

Atlantis Urn

Atlantis Urn with Bronze

Atlantis Urn with Bronze

Bali Jardinière

Bali Jardiniere

Bali Planter

Bali Planter

Bali Planter with Lid

Bali Planter with Lid

Bombay Planters

Bordeaux Urn

Bordeaux Urn

Casablanca Jardinière

Casablanca Jardiniere

Casablanca Planter

Casablanca Planter

Casablanca Urn

Casablanca Urn

Casablanca Vase

Casablanca Vase

Luxor Urns

Luxor Urn

Maltese Planter

Maltese Planter

Maltese Urn

Maltese Urn

Persepolis Urns

Persepolis Urn

Provence Urns

Provence Urn

Provence Urns with Bronze

Provence Urns with Bronze

Sumatra Planters

Sumatra Planters

Vienna Urns

Vienna Urn

Vienna Urns with Bronze

Vienna Urn with Bronze

Large Napoleonic Bench

Large Napoleonic Bench

Small Napoleonic Bench

Small Napoleonic Bench
 


This photograph features both of the Atlantis Urns, one with both the top portion and the bronze handles and the other highlighting the scalloped edge at the top of the urn. Both sit on Classic Pediments. The Bordeaux Urn sits atop the Large Classic Pediment. The Napoleonic Bench is grouped with these Jacques Lamy Urns and pediments.


The Atlantis Urn with Bronze stands on the Large Estate Display Column in the middle, whereas the Large Luxor Urn with the Large Classic Pediment is on the far left. Fabric spills from the Small Luxor Urn sitting on the grass. The Large Persepolis Urn is shown on the right end of the back row, with the painting leaning against its base, the Large Classic Pediment. The Small Persepolis Urn sits in the foreground in front of the painting.


This photograph features both of the Atlantis Urns, one with both the top portion and the bronze handles and the other highlighting the scalloped edge at the top of the urn. Both sit on Classic Pediments.


Here, the Bali Planter sits behind other pieces in the Asian Collection, perched atop the Large Classic Pediment. One can see the resemblance between it and the Bali Jardinière, which is situated catty-cornered from it on the ground at the right side of the picture. The two square Bombay Planters sit in front of the Bali Planter; the round Small Sumatra Planter and the Small Classic Pediment are found to its right. Note that each of these planters carries the square niche motif imbedded in their sides.


A portion of French artist Jacques Lamy’s Asian-influenced collection that he designed exclusively for Archiped is shown in this photograph. Although the collection is Asian inspired, each of these styles also works with contemporary and transitional décor. The Bali Planter with Lid sits atop the Small Classic Pediment in the middle. The Casablanca Vase is in the back left corner, whereas the Maltese Urn sits on the Large Classic Pediment in the back right corner. The two sizes of the round Sumatras and the square Bombays are placed on the ground.

This photograph demonstrates that Jacques Lamy’s Casablanca series mixes well with the Maltese Planter and Urn. The Maltese Planter is the round, low bowl with the raised rectangles on the side that is sitting on the large Classic Pediment. This Asian/Contemporary/Transitional grouping also features three of the four components of the Casablanca series. The Casablanca Jardinière on the round Estate Display Column is found in the front left side of the picture. To the right is the Casablanca Urn standing on the ground. Behind the Casablanca Urn is the Casablanca Planter, which is supported by the Small Classic Pediment. The Casablanca Vase is not shown yet it, too, sports the raised rectangles found on the barrels of the other Casablancas and the Maltese Urn and Planter.

 

 

 


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Quality

  • Handmade in Dallas, Texas.
  • Exclusive designs by Prix de Rome de Peinture recipient, Jacques Lamy.
  • Exquisite details.
  • High performance, commercial grade cast stone.
  • Frostproof: Plant it. Leave it. No need to cover or empty in winter.

Guarantee

  • Six year, pro-rated warranty
  • No packing fees on orders over $1,000
  • Freight 15% or less on domestic dock to dock shipments over $2,500
  • Founded in 1989

Contact

Phone: 214-748-7437
Fax: 214-357-0770
customerservice@archiped.com
2146 Empire Central
Dallas, Texas 75207