Jean Lurçat, Big vase, Enameled ceramic, circa 1960, France

Jean Lurçat (1892-1966), Big vase,
Brown enameled ceramic decorated with two faces in profile on one side and several polychrome faces on the other,
Signed under the base and numbered 21/50,
circa 1960, France.

Measures : Height 37 cm, Diameter 29 cm.

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Jean Lurçat is a French painter, ceramicist and tapestry designer, born in Bruyères (Vosges) on July 1, 1892 and died in Saint-Paul-de-Vence on January 6, 1966.
He owes his fame mainly to his tapestry works, the language of which he deeply renovated in the twentieth century.
From 1951, Lurçat stayed regularly in Sant Vicens (in Perpignan in the Pyrénées-Orientales), a pottery center created by Firmin Bauby. He worked with ceramics there by decorating dishes, plates, tiles, pitchers, vases. He made the acquaintance of the Aude painter Jean Camberoque there. He creates large ceramics for the school of Saint-Denis and the pottery of Sant Vicens.

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