later that a really modern industrial art sprang up, in conjunction
with the United States, England, and Belgium, and under the in¬
fluence which the products of Japan began to exert in Paris about
1867. The visitor to Paris will enjoy tracing this development in
the works of the pewterer (Desbois, Baffler), the glass-maker (Galle
of Nancy), and the potter (Delaherche, Dalpeyrat, Bigot), as well as
in furniture, tapestry, textile fabrics, and ornaments (Lalique). This
field also is the scene of a varied and promising activity.