Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery
Paul Jeanneney, ‘Untitled’, ca. 1900, Jason Jacques Gallery

About Paul Jeanneney

Paul Jeanneney began as an early collector of Asian ceramics—indeed, it was partly his collection that inspired Jean Carriès to become a ceramist, Carriès's Japonist ceramics in turn inspired Jeanneney. Jeanneney's work closely resembles Japanese prototypes. Many vases rely on the concentric rings caused by the rotating pottery wheel to alternately capture and shed dripping glazes. Others seem to be diagonally raked or lightly twisted. A contrasting glaze often appears at the rim and flows spontaneously over the shoulders. [Source: Jason Jacques]

French, 1861-1920