Mado Jolain's pitcher 50s

Huge pitcher by Mado Jolain in earthenware, diabolo shape, enamelled white speckled with black, green inside.  50s.

Perfect condition
Height 32cm
Diameter 19,5cm at the neck, 12cm at the base
Weight 2,3kg


580,00 €

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Mado Jolain (Born in 1921)
Trained at the school of the decorative arts of Paris, Mado Jolain creates her workshop with her husband René Legrand in 1948. Her style is very marked by the arts and popular traditions. Very fast she turns to ornamental pieces (dishes, pitchers, vases) figurative or in abstract trend. At the end of the 50s, she re-invents the open air ceramic and creates pieces for gardens and terraces. She leaves Paris in 1966, giving up the work of the ceramic. In 2000, the gallery Favardin presents a retrospective of her work.
Bibliography: " The French ceramic of the 50s " by Pierre Staudenmeyer, Norma Publishing, page 194.

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