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Raoul Lachenal

Peacock Vase, 1904

Stoneware
17 4/5 × 5 in
45.2 × 12.7 cm
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New York
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Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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Three grand peacock plumes are craved up the walls of this tall sensual vessel. The rich, dense …

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Three grand peacock plumes are craved up the walls of this tall sensual vessel. The rich, dense stoneware of the vase gives the body the resilience to high temperatures needed to achieve the sumptuous colors of this oxide rich glaze. The color palette is unique to the Lachenal studio and employed powerfully on this …

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Raoul Lachenal
French, 1885–1956
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The son of Edmond Lachenal, Raoul Lachenal worked in his father's studio until 1911, when he …

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The son of Edmond Lachenal, Raoul Lachenal worked in his father's studio until 1911, when he established a new workshop at Boulogne-sur-Seine. While some of Raoul's Art Nouveau ceramics resemble his father's organically formed and inventively glazed work, he was accomplished in his own right as a designer …

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Jason Jacques Gallery
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Three grand peacock plumes are craved up the walls of this tall sensual vessel. The rich, dense …

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Three grand peacock plumes are craved up the walls of this tall sensual vessel. The rich, dense stoneware of the vase gives the body the resilience to high temperatures needed to achieve the sumptuous colors of this oxide rich glaze. The color palette is unique to the Lachenal studio and employed powerfully on this …

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Raoul Lachenal
French, 1885–1956
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The son of Edmond Lachenal, Raoul Lachenal worked in his father's studio until 1911, when he …

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The son of Edmond Lachenal, Raoul Lachenal worked in his father's studio until 1911, when he established a new workshop at Boulogne-sur-Seine. While some of Raoul's Art Nouveau ceramics resemble his father's organically formed and inventively glazed work, he was accomplished in his own right as a designer …

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Raoul Lachenal

Peacock Vase, 1904

Stoneware
17 4/5 × 5 in
45.2 × 12.7 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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