Jan and Joël Martel
Her work ranges from sculptures, monuments and fountains in the style of Art Deco or Cubism to interior fittings for villas in the 1920s. Both shared a studio and designed their work together. It was also signed together with MARTEL . In addition to taking part in exhibitions at the Salon des Indépendants , the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Tuileries in Paris, the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et industriels modern from 1925 in Paris, they designed a monument to Claude Debussy in 1932, for example .
From 1924 to 1926 the French architect Robert Mallet-Stevens built a studio house for the brothers (10 rue Mallet-Stevens, Paris , 16th arrondissement ). The shared studio was on the ground floor. Much of her work can still be found in the villa , which is open to visitors on the annual Memorial Day . Numerous bronze sculptures are still traded at auctions today .
They both died six months apart in 1966, one from a long illness and the other from an accident.
- Buste de Robert Bizot
- La Belette
- Ange à la trompette
- Le Coq Chantant
- Moineau, Bec Ouvert
- Voiture de Course
- Joueur de Polo
- "Paris", Saint Christophe
- Pigeon mandarin
- Le Commandant Guilbaut
- Oiseau Perché
- Maquette du Grand Miroir Polyédrique
- Femme à la Rose
- Locomotive en marche , aluminum on a wooden base 1931.
- Monument au maréchal Leclerc
A show by Jan et Joël Martel took place in Saint Jean-de-Monts / La Roche-sur-Yon, France.
- Biography Joël et Jan Martel, sculpteur, 1896 - 1966 . Gallimard / Electra Éditeur, Paris 1996, ISBN 2-07-015032-1 .
- The canon of the billionaire heir in Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung of March 27, 2011, page 57