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Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s
Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s

Large ceramic vase by Robert and Jean Cloutier 1960s

CSD2420
€1,800.00

Magnificent red chamotte clay vase with flared neck, black inside, signed Robert and Jean Cloutier, 1960s.
Perfect condition
Height 37cm Diameter 16cm at the foot, 11.5cm at the neck
Signature engraved below Cloutier RJ France

Robert (1930-2008 ) and Jean CLOUTIER (1930-2015)
Twin brothers, Jean and Robert Cloutier completed their training at the Meaux Ceramics School by integrating various Parisian workshops, notably that of Georges Jouve (1910-1974) then Pol Chambost (1906- 1983). In 1965, they created their own workshop at 53 rue de Reuilly in Paris. They moved into the decoration of tableware by creating the famous Cloutier red characteristic of their production. Like their contemporaries, they exhibited at the Salon des Ateliers d'Art de France from 1963. They collaborated as decorators with industrialists such as Haviland in Limoges. Their research led them to work on wall architecture and interior decoration by innovating claustra walls. In 1972, they moved to Yonne in Vinneuf, then to Languedoc in Marsillargues in 1977. They then distributed their production in their gallery in Lunel. The Cloutier brothers contributed to the revival of French ceramics in the 1950s by creating a dreamlike universe of their own. Bibliography “The Cloutier brothers” by Patrick Favardin, Norma Editions.

CSD2420

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