Edmond Lachenal, ‘Bottle Neck Vase’, circa 1899, Heritage Auctions
Edmond Lachenal, ‘Bottle Neck Vase’, circa 1899, Heritage Auctions
Edmond Lachenal, ‘Bottle Neck Vase’, circa 1899, Heritage Auctions
Edmond Lachenal, ‘Bottle Neck Vase’, circa 1899, Heritage Auctions

Property from the Jason Jacques Collection

Condition Report: Observed under UV light with no evidence of restoration, in good condition.

Signature: Painted to the underside: LACHENAL/ 120-129

Claire Cass. "Edmond Lachenal & His Legacy" (New York: Jason Jacques Gallery Press, 2007), p. 82-83

The Mark Tyson Collection, Pennsylvania

About Edmond Lachenal

When Théodore Deck hired 15-year-old Edmond Lachenal as his studio assistant, he could hardly have predicted that the boy would become an internationally respected master, always willing to try something new. Lachenal's early work resembled Deck's but he gradually achieved artistic independence and personal fame. Working in stoneware, he used a hydrofluoric acid bath to cut away the glaze's outer layer revealing the velvety matte surface beneath. As tastes changed, he briefly abandoned applied decorations in favor of organic forms. [Source: Jason Jacques]

1855-1948