Dessert service Robert Deblander

Dessert service in faience, composed of a large bowl and six bowls signed Robert Deblander, 50s. Free form, yellow and gray enamel inside, gray enamel outside.

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Height 8,5cm (large bowl), 5cm (small dishes)
Diameter 19cm at the neck (large bowl) 12cm (small dishes).
Weight 1,280kg
Signature Monogram Robert Deblander under each piece

CSD16110

570,00 €

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Robert Deblander (1924-2010)

After studying at the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris and opening his first studio in Neuilly-sur-Seine in 1949, he moved to Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye in 1959 (Nièvre), high place of ceramic tradition.

 
His work in crude sandstone, which plays on the effects of the grains of pyrites included in matter (black spots), can be linked to this tradition but his work is distinguished by research on the purification of forms that marry sandstone, Porcelain faience.
 
His decors inspired by the abstract gestures of the school of Paris or by an extreme eastern aesthetics sometimes also tend to extreme purification thanks to enamels and covered colored united.
 
Robert Deblander collaborated with the Manufacture de Sèvres in the 1990s and proposed a prototype vase, preserved in the collections but never published. A major retrospective is devoted to the Cité de la Ceramique de Sèvres in 2011.

Bibliography: "Robert Deblander, the ceramic work 1951-2001" edited by "La revue de la céramique et du verre".

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