French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s
French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s

French ceramic “ Parrot dish “ Roland Brice and Fernand Léger Biot 50s

CSD2244
€550.00

Rare free-form ceramic dish by Roland Brice in Biot, polychrome enamel decoration inspired by the work of Fernand Léger, of whom he was the ceramist. 50s/60s.
Diameter 27.5cm
Signature engraved below R.Brice Biot AM Roland Brice (1911-1989) was a French ceramist who, after studying ceramics and sculpture at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris, began a career as an advertising designer for the Renault group. In 1936, he began to take classes with Fernand Léger at the Academy of Modern Art in Montrouge. He moved to Biot in 1949 where he created his ceramics studio.

BRICE Roland (1911-1989)

Sculptor-ceramist, former pupil of Fernand Léger, he became his official ceramist from 1949. In his workshop in Biot, he works on his own creations where we find the imprint of the painter - primary colors, black line, characters with rounded curves... Brice is also attached to free forms and combines the useful and the beautiful through its vases, dishes and plates. He was a fervent supporter of art in the city and of polychromy, a vital dimension for human beings.

CSD2244