French designer, glassworker, and decorator
Max Ingrand (born December 20, 1908, Bressuire, France–died August 25, 1969, Paris, France) was a French designer, glassworker, and decorator who was known for his studio glass and stained glass window designs. He was educated at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts and École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, where he studied interior design and specialized in decorative arts graduating in 1927. While at school, he apprenticed to renowned stained glass artist Jacques Grüber and architect Charles Lemarequier.
In 1931, Max Ingrand left the workshop of Jacques Gruber to create his own company. One of the most important assi
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