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Galileo Chini

Midnight Orchids, ca. 1900

Earthenware
6 × 4 3/10 in
15.2 × 10.9 cm
On loan
location
New York
About the work
Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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Conventionalized orchids drawn in iridescence surround the bottom and neck of this vase. The …

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Conventionalized orchids drawn in iridescence surround the bottom and neck of this vase. The identification of the highly abstracted ornament at the top relies on the easily recognizable orchids below. While iridescent pottery was the mode throughout Europe at the time of this vase's production, the style holds …

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Galileo Chini
Italian, 1873–1956
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Painter and ceramist Galileo Chini apprenticed with his uncle, Dario Chini, a decorator and …

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Painter and ceramist Galileo Chini apprenticed with his uncle, Dario Chini, a decorator and restorer, and attended the Scuole Professionali d'Arte di Santa Croce a Firenze. In 1897, he founded a small factory, L'Arte della Ceramica, in Florence with partner Vittoria Giunta. Inspired by early tin-glazed …

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About the work
Jason Jacques Gallery
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Conventionalized orchids drawn in iridescence surround the bottom and neck of this vase. The …

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Conventionalized orchids drawn in iridescence surround the bottom and neck of this vase. The identification of the highly abstracted ornament at the top relies on the easily recognizable orchids below. While iridescent pottery was the mode throughout Europe at the time of this vase's production, the style holds …

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Galileo Chini
Italian, 1873–1956
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Painter and ceramist Galileo Chini apprenticed with his uncle, Dario Chini, a decorator and …

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Painter and ceramist Galileo Chini apprenticed with his uncle, Dario Chini, a decorator and restorer, and attended the Scuole Professionali d'Arte di Santa Croce a Firenze. In 1897, he founded a small factory, L'Arte della Ceramica, in Florence with partner Vittoria Giunta. Inspired by early tin-glazed …

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Galileo Chini

Midnight Orchids, ca. 1900

Earthenware
6 × 4 3/10 in
15.2 × 10.9 cm
On loan
location
New York
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