Masseot Abaquesne

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Le Déluge, embarquement sur l'Arche, by Masséot Abaquesne (1550), exhibited in the Musée national de la Renaissance d Écouen.

Masseot Abaquesne (c. 1500-1564)[1] was a faience manufacturer of Rouen, France between 1535 and 1557.[2] He was the maker of the remarkable paving in the Chateau de Ecouen, which has been attributed both to Luca della Robbia and Palissy.[2] He also made a large number of pharmacy jars.[2]


  1. ^ Porter, Darwin (1985). Frommer's Dollarwise guide to France. Frommer/Pasmantier Publishers. p. 248. ISBN 0-671-52441-0.
  2. ^ a b c Jervis, William Percival (1902). The encyclopedia of ceramics. Blanchard. p. 9. OCLC 1026619. This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.