Vase with lid

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Vase with lid (René Crevel)
Lidded Vase MET DP287243.jpg
ArtistRené Crevel Edit this on Wikidata
Year1926
LocationMetropolitan Museum of Art
Accession No.1987.473.11ab Edit this on Wikidata
IdentifiersThe Met object ID: 484923

Vase with lid is a 1926 vase by René Crevel. It is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.[1]

Creation[edit]

Crevel designed the decorative painting, which was replicated and painted on a stock porcelain blank by a craftsman at the Sèvres workshops located near Paris.[1]

In 1925, Crevel was awarded the commission to decorate the ceramics pavilion of the International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts in Paris.[2] In addition to creating decorative wallpaper and panels, Cervel painted and designed six vases to be produced by acclaimed French porcelain manufacturers.[2] The painting style on this series of Art Deco vases combines the landscape and figurative genres.[2]

Description and interpretation[edit]

The vase is painted in a Fauvist style.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Vase with lid". Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  2. ^ a b c "RENE CREVEL uses the craftsmanship of Bernardaud to imagine art editions in Limoges porcelain". www.bernardaud.com. Retrieved 2019-09-16.