Ruelland's vase 60s

Huge vase by Jacques  and Dani Ruelland in manganese earth, baluster shape, decoration of horizontal frieze with stylized birds orange and dark brown colored on matt white enamelled background. Smaller model (17cm) with similar decor estimated 400-600 € in Drouot (Millon auction on 11/12/2017). 60s.

Perfect condition
Height 30cm
Diameter 13,5cm at the neck, 12cm at the base
Weight 1,9kg
Signature Ruelland (trace not easy to read)


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Ruelland Jacques (1926-2008) and  Dani (1933-2010) 

Studying at the end of 1940s at the painting section of the National Fine Arts Academy of Paris, Jacques Ruelland turns from 1951 to the work of earthenware. With his partner Danielle, he learns about the ceramic to the workshop of the Fine arts school of Paris. Jacques Ruelland likes working oxides and is inspired painting but also by theater, dance or music. In 1970, the couple leaves Paris to settle down in the South of France where they occupy two workshops to Mont-Ventoux and to Angles. Jacques and Danielle Ruelland refused to partition their research, continuing to experiment the forms, the techniques and the materials.

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