Jacques Blin ceramic pitcher 1960s

Pitcher signed Jacques Blin in ceramic with handle, incised decoration in black of primitive animals on a speckled celadon background. 1960s.
Perfect condition
Height 26cm
Signature engraved under the base

CSD2168

550,00 €

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Jacques Blin (1920-1995)

After studying aeronautical engineering, Jacques Blin worked in this branch for several years as a draftsman; attracted by the plastic arts, he approached ceramics, then he devoted himself entirely to it from 1948-1949. In 1954, he set up a workshop in Paris and exhibited at the Maison de la Chimie and at the Salon des Céramistes et Métiers d 'art. His molded pieces with speckled enamel and engraved decorations of primitive birds and animals were immediately very popular. For twenty years, he was president of the Chambre Syndicale des Ceramistes et Ateliers d'Art, of which he effectively promoted the Salon des ateliers d'art de France, both in France and abroad. Finally, he was appointed vice-president of the International Academy of Ceramics, headquartered in Geneva.

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