Art deco ceramic vase Paul Jacquet Annecy

Art deco enamelled ceramic vase signed Paul Jacquet, baluster shape with hemmed neck, polychrome decoration of stylized flowers on a white background. 1930s.
Height 26cm
Diameter 11.5cm at the neck, 10.5cm at the base
Handwritten signature under the base


380,00 €

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Paul Jacquet (1883-1968)
Professor at the Beaux-Arts in Geneva and passionate about ceramics, he created his workshop around 1913. He began to produce ceramics in the Savoyard tradition, but harmonizing the form with his designs and colors. Becoming a member of the Société des Beaux-Arts de Savoie and then of the Société des Artistes Décorateurs, he exhibited extensively. He collaborated with the PRIMAVERA workshops between 1920 and 1925. At the Decorative Arts Exhibition of 1925 in Paris, the ceramist offered simple pieces, with a white background, punctuated with geometric or floral designs stylized well in the modernist spirit of the period, he also received the Gold medal. It is the consecration which leads to many orders. Paul Jacquet's works are imbued with motifs from ancient civilizations, stylized floral motifs or simple geometric patterns in the spirit of African Art. He will produce until 1959, leaving behind white ceramics with turquoise and antique red backgrounds. He died in Annecy on May 4, 1968.

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