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Molly Hatch

Quand on Aime Tout est Plaisir After Fragonard, 2011

Unique hand-thrown porcelain plates and inlaid underglaze, hardware, and epoxy
75 × 55 × 2 in
190.5 × 139.7 × 5.1 cm
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New York, Southampton
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Todd Merrill Studio
New York, Southampton
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Inspired by the 18th century paintings by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Quand On Aime Tout Est Plaisir was …

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Inspired by the 18th century paintings by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Quand On Aime Tout Est Plaisir was exhibited as part of the New Blue and White at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (2013). The exhibition’s curator, Emily Zilber, writes: “The widespread dissemination of blue and white was reliant on the ability to print …

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Molly Hatch
American, b. 1978
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Molly Hatch scours textile and porcelain archives from museums around the world (the Victoria and …

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Molly Hatch scours textile and porcelain archives from museums around the world (the Victoria and Albert, the Metropolitan Museum, and the Cooper-Hewitt, to name a few) as inspiration for her ceramic objects and installations. Hatch draws patterns from historic source materials, enlarging and editing them, and …

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Todd Merrill Studio
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Inspired by the 18th century paintings by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Quand On Aime Tout Est Plaisir was …

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Inspired by the 18th century paintings by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Quand On Aime Tout Est Plaisir was exhibited as part of the New Blue and White at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (2013). The exhibition’s curator, Emily Zilber, writes: “The widespread dissemination of blue and white was reliant on the ability to print …

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Molly Hatch
American, b. 1978
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Molly Hatch scours textile and porcelain archives from museums around the world (the Victoria and …

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Molly Hatch scours textile and porcelain archives from museums around the world (the Victoria and Albert, the Metropolitan Museum, and the Cooper-Hewitt, to name a few) as inspiration for her ceramic objects and installations. Hatch draws patterns from historic source materials, enlarging and editing them, and …

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Molly Hatch

Quand on Aime Tout est Plaisir After Fragonard, 2011

Unique hand-thrown porcelain plates and inlaid underglaze, hardware, and epoxy
75 × 55 × 2 in
190.5 × 139.7 × 5.1 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York, Southampton
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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