Large ceramic cup Jean de Lespinasse

20th century
50's, 60's, 70's
From: 75004, paris, France

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    Large ceramic bowl by Jean de Lespinasse, oval in shape with openwork handles, decorated with geometric lines incised in white on a matt black background, bright red enameled inside. 50s/60s.
    In a perfect state
    Dimensions 26x32cm
    Height 15cm
    Signature incised on the back with the initials J D L, serial number 561.
    Jean de LESPINASSE (1896-1979)
    Resistant on the Côte d'Azur during the Second World War, Jean de Lespinasse created with his wife SOCFRA which produced ceramics from the end of the 1940s in Nice. Their path will then cross that of Roger Capron and his wife Jacotte, the Madoura workshops, Robert Picault and Georges Tardieu. With his wife, he has boutiques in Saint-Paul de Vence, Sainte Maxime and Vallauris. All the pieces come from his Nice workshop which ceased its activity upon his death in 1979. He signed "Jdl".
    The pieces signed by the Jean de Lespinasse workshop are generally large, nervous and very structured. We especially note a great work in the enamel, between the matte and the glossy ones, which demonstrates a great mastery of the art of ceramics.
    Bibliography: "Marks and signatures of artistic ceramics from the Cöte d'Azur" by Jean-Claude Martin, Sudarenes éditions, page 128.

    Ref: YMQ6K8YA6O

    Condition As new
    Style 50's, 60's, 70's (Porcelain shaped pieces of 50's, 60's, 70's Style)
    Period 20th century (Porcelain shaped pieces 20th century)
    Country of origin France
    Artist Jean de Lespinasse
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 75004, paris, France
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