Property from the Jason Jacques Collection
Condition Report: Observed under UV light with no evidence of restoration, in good condition.
Signature: Painted to the underside: DOAT/ Sèvres
Image rights: Courtesy of Heritage Auctions
Marc Lambrechts. "L'Objet Sublime: Franse Ceramiek 1875-1945" (Antwerp: Pandora Editions, 2015), p. 212.
The Hermann Tob and Marc Lambrechts Collection, Belgium.
About Taxile Doat
Taxile Doat began working at the Sèvres National Manufactory in 1877. Throughout his tenure there, he maintained a private atelier, at first in Paris and later both in Paris and in the city of Sèvres. Doat's studio ceramics nearly rejected the classical vocabulary that dominated the remarkable pâte-sur-pâte work he created at Sèvres. Instead he favored the Japanese aesthetic of organic shapes and running glazes. His macro crystalline glazes were especially well received. [Source: Jason Jacques]