(1935 - 2003)
Marie Claude Lalique is known for sculpture.
Biography Marie-Claude Lalique
Obituary. New York Times, May 8, 2003
Marie-Claude Lalique, 67, Scion Of the Glass and Crystal Family
By WOLFGANG SAXON
Marie-Claude Lalique, keeper of the Lalique family tradition in glass and crystal artistry until her retirement in 1994, died on April 14 on Captiva Island, Fla. She was 67 and lived on Captiva and in Provence.
The cause was complications of pneumonia, her family said.
Ms. Lalique was the last in the family line of renowned crystal artisans that began with her grandfather René Lalique, who designed perfume bottles for François Coty and opened a little retail shop in Paris in 1905. His work and business was carried on by his son, Marc, her father.
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