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Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s
Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s

Earthenware vase by Mado Jolain 1960s

CSD2419
€1,200.00

Rare free-form enameled earthenware vase by Mado Jolain (1921-2019), decorated with white lines on a nuanced gray background, yellow and white on the handle. 1960s.
Perfect condition
Height 23.5cm
Signed under the base MJ

Mado Jolain (1921-2019) Trained at the School of Decorative Arts in Paris, Mado Jolain created her workshop with her husband René Legrand in 1948. Her style was then very marked by popular arts and traditions. Very quickly, with the help of her husband, she moved towards decorative pieces (dishes, pitchers, vases) that were figurative or had an abstract tendency. At the end of the 1950s, she reinvented outdoor ceramics and created pieces for gardens and terraces. She left Paris in 1966, abandoning ceramic work. In 2000, the Favardin gallery presented a retrospective of his work. Bibliography: “French ceramics of the 1950s” by Pierre Staudenmeyer, Norma Editions, page 194.

CSD2419

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