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Two Attic Amphoras Pre-empted by the Louvre
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Théodore Deck: Blue at All Costs
Emmanuel de Bayser’s Design
Descending from a long line of experts and dealers in Old Master drawings, Emmanuel de Bayser tracks down famous names in French post-war design.
Preemption by the Louvre Beneath Akhenaton's Gaze
Deck: The Exoticism of Colour
These elephant vases by Théodore Deck are typical of the 19 th century ceramist's inventiveness.
Pablo Picasso's Favourite Animals
In Narbonne, a night bird in muted colours by the solar artist tripled its estimate.
Rich Flemish Flowers and the Magic of the 1950s
Poetic diversity combined a Bouquet by Osias Beert with advanced design by Line Vautrin and Roger Capron.
"The Beauty of the Gesture" at Sèvres: Musée National de Céramique
Picasso: The Face of the 20th Century
Apart from Pierre Jeanneret and his two easy chairs, sold for €14,375, Picasso was the winner in this 20 th century special on Saturday, June 27 at Fontainebleau…
Picasso: The King of Madoura
A regal Picasso work and the contemporary creator Claire Debril were the two mainstays of this new edition of Céramixte.
The Gospels According to Bruegel, and Botany with Buffet
Three days of sales saw a parade of musical instruments by famous luthiers, paintings by Old Masters and modern artists and, as the icing on the cake,…
Deeply Inspired Objects from Sèvres to Hadrian
A Sèvres Chinese service and the profile of Emperor Hadrian sculpted in the 17 th century both put on fine performances.
Venini and Roger Capron: 1950s Design
In Marseille, the spotlight was on 20th-century decorative arts and their sometimes unusual forms, in a summer sale with dazzling French and Italian…
Jean-Marc Lelouch: "Ceramics Are Underpriced"
As the Parcours céramique brings together 19 Paris galleries, the dealer discussed ceramics, long considered contemporary art's poor relative.
Indulge Yourself at the Exhibition "Drouot Déco"
After months of confinement, reimagine your surroundings with a visit to "Drouot Déco", a selection of the most extraordinary – and affordable – art…
George E. Ohr: "The Mad Potter of Biloxi"
Unappreciated at the time of their creation, George E. Ohr’s “art wares” are now among the most sought-after ceramics on the global market, with their…
Laurence Crespin and Frédéric Bodet: Ushering Ceramics into Modernity
The Parisian fair C-14 is truly a pioneering event—whose 2020 edition has been postponed to next year due to the health crisis—considers ceramics…
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Ceramics of Jean Lurçat
French painter Jean Lurçat is mainly known for reviving the art of tapestry in the 20th century, but he also tried his hand at ceramics.
Kai Althoff goes with Bernard Leach
At Whitechapel Gallery in East London, the German painter Kai Althoff’s exhibition pays homage to the British Potter Bernard Leach’s (1887-1979) influence…
The Duchesse de Berry’s Porcelain Orchard by Sèvres
The Duchess of Berry, who had a green thumb, enjoyed fruit attractively presented in their foliage nest on plates. Who will be the next to yield to…
A Picasso Dove for the Ramiés
The dispersal of the Jean and Huguette Ramié Collection featured a distinguished guest who sent bids soaring yet again.
Sèvres Porcelain Makes a Splash at Empire-Themed Sale
Fine results for the "cabaret de femmes célèbres" ("cabaret of famous women") service from Sèvres, and goldwork boxes from the Empire.
Decorchemont: Records and Preemptions
The sale of French Senator Paulin Daudé’s decorative arts collection was a resounding success. Excellent results rewarded his eclectic choices.
Faience Ducks in the Marseilles Style
In the 18 th century, the talented Joseph Fauchier made the southern French port city of Marseilles one of the capitals of faience or earthenware form…
The "Blue and White" Splendors of a Ming Vase
"Blue and white" porcelain remains an enduring symbol of the excellence of China's arts. With its refined fruit and flower decoration, this meiping…
Discover the Treasures of the National Ceramics Museum at Sèvres
Located just outside Paris, the Sèvres Museum is a treasure trove of ceramic arts from across the world. Its current special exhibition celebrates…
Sèvres Porcelain: An Illustrious History and Vibrant Present
Founded in 1740, the Sèvres Manufacture is the custodian of a priceless intangible heritage—centuries of French know-how in the ceramic arts, passed…
Paris: A September Jammed Packed with Art Fairs and Shows
September will be packed with an unprecedented concentration of fairs and shows, starting with Art Basel, whose parent event has been postponed until…
A is for Azulejos
Unlike what might be commonly thought, azulejos take their name not from their traditional blue color but from the Arabic al zulaydj, meaning a small…
Georges Jouve’s Stylized Roosters
Georges Jouve (1910-1964), a ceramist known for his streamlined works, took inspiration from animals to create astonishing pieces, like these two large…
A Faience Bust Joins the National Ceramics Museum at Sèvres
Moderne Art Fair, a New Paris Event
This new event will take place on the Champs-Élysées near the Grand Palais. The first one will focus on legendary dealer Alexandre Iolas.
A Solid Investment: The Hermès 'Himalaya' Birkin Bag
A Spectacular Folly in the Form of a Chinese Pagoda
French Empress Eugénie: Patron and Collector
Anni and Josef Albers at the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris
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