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Fernand Leger ceramic plate

Plate in earthenware, drawing of Fernand Léger after a ceramic plaque "mother and child", yellow orange and green enamels on an off-white background. 60s.

Very good condition
Diameter 25cm
Signature F.LEGER


90,00 €


Fernand Léger (1881-1955)

At the end of his life, around 1950, ceramics occupies a privileged place within its creation. Like Picasso, Chagall or Braque, at the same time, Léger learned this technique during regular stays on the Côte d'Azur. he collaborates with two former students of his studio installed in Biot, ceramist Roland Brice and his son Claude. The painter is passionate about this technique that allows him to leave the framework of the easel painting and open the painting to new dimensions: relief and monumentality. Talking about ceramics with the eye of the painter, Léger plays on the reliefs to revitalize his compositions and animate his famous black circle. in a few years, it goes from the production of small reliefs to monumental projects. his polychrome sculptures, designed for the public space, realize his ambition of an art for all.

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