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Raoul Lachenal

Serpentine Vase, ca. 1904

Stoneware
7 4/5 × 7 × 7 in
19.8 × 17.8 × 17.8 cm
Unique
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New York
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Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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Roughly potted, Lachenal’s hand built vase draws upon the somber aesthetic of Japanese stoneware …

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Roughly potted, Lachenal’s hand built vase draws upon the somber aesthetic of Japanese stoneware tea bowls (chawan), whose irregular forms and unpretentious glazes inspired the previous generation of French art potters. Lachenal’s subtle yet inventive decorative taste is reflected in the carved and glaze-filled …

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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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Roughly potted, Lachenal’s hand built vase draws upon the somber aesthetic of Japanese stoneware …

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Roughly potted, Lachenal’s hand built vase draws upon the somber aesthetic of Japanese stoneware tea bowls (chawan), whose irregular forms and unpretentious glazes inspired the previous generation of French art potters. Lachenal’s subtle yet inventive decorative taste is reflected in the carved and glaze-filled …

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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

Serpentine Vase, ca. 1904

Stoneware
7 4/5 × 7 × 7 in
19.8 × 17.8 × 17.8 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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