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Taxile Doat

Pate sur Pate Gourd, 1903

Porcelain
14 × 7 in
35.6 × 17.8 cm
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New York
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Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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The shocking synthesis of geographically remote ceramic traditions sets this superb porcelain …

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The shocking synthesis of geographically remote ceramic traditions sets this superb porcelain bottle apart from its Aesthetic-period ancestors. Here, a Japonist high-temperature drip glaze on a gourd-shaped vessel is ornamented with apple green medallions featuring Renaissance-inspired putti. The miniature scenes of …

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Taxile Doat
French, 1851–1939
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Taxile Doat began working at the Sèvres National Manufactory in 1877. Throughout his tenure there, …

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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 …

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The shocking synthesis of geographically remote ceramic traditions sets this superb porcelain …

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The shocking synthesis of geographically remote ceramic traditions sets this superb porcelain bottle apart from its Aesthetic-period ancestors. Here, a Japonist high-temperature drip glaze on a gourd-shaped vessel is ornamented with apple green medallions featuring Renaissance-inspired putti. The miniature scenes of …

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Taxile Doat
French, 1851–1939
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Taxile Doat began working at the Sèvres National Manufactory in 1877. Throughout his tenure there, …

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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 …

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Taxile Doat

Pate sur Pate Gourd, 1903

Porcelain
14 × 7 in
35.6 × 17.8 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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