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Max Laeuger

Flora Enthroned, ca. 1928

Stoneware
20 4/5 × 9 4/5 in
52.8 × 24.9 cm
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New York
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Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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Warm red earthenware is revealed beneath a milky semi –translucent glaze, covered in a subtle …

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Warm red earthenware is revealed beneath a milky semi –translucent glaze, covered in a subtle rhythm of turquoise blooms. Laeuger used a technique of glaze application that allowed bleeding and dripping in the decoration, a primitivistic treatment of a sixteenth century Iznik floral motif.
Marks: Painted M.L., No. 2037.

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Max Laeuger
German, 1864–1952
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Max Laeuger, born in Lörrach, Germany in 1864, was a multi-talented artist who created graphics, …

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Max Laeuger, born in Lörrach, Germany in 1864, was a multi-talented artist who created graphics, craft objects, ceramics, interiors, and garden architecture. He was also a professor and writer. From 1881 to 1884 Laeuger studied painting and interior design with Franz Sales Mayer at the Arts and Crafts School in …

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Jason Jacques Gallery
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Warm red earthenware is revealed beneath a milky semi –translucent glaze, covered in a subtle …

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Warm red earthenware is revealed beneath a milky semi –translucent glaze, covered in a subtle rhythm of turquoise blooms. Laeuger used a technique of glaze application that allowed bleeding and dripping in the decoration, a primitivistic treatment of a sixteenth century Iznik floral motif.
Marks: Painted M.L., No. 2037.

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Max Laeuger
German, 1864–1952
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Max Laeuger, born in Lörrach, Germany in 1864, was a multi-talented artist who created graphics, …

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Max Laeuger, born in Lörrach, Germany in 1864, was a multi-talented artist who created graphics, craft objects, ceramics, interiors, and garden architecture. He was also a professor and writer. From 1881 to 1884 Laeuger studied painting and interior design with Franz Sales Mayer at the Arts and Crafts School in …

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Max Laeuger

Flora Enthroned, ca. 1928

Stoneware
20 4/5 × 9 4/5 in
52.8 × 24.9 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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