Japonist Albert Dammouse Art Nouveau French Pottery Vase Sevres Paris France
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Japonist Albert Dammouse Art Nouveau French enamel pottery vase Sevres Paris France 1900 Daum Galle era
Up for sale this extraordinary enamel paste pottery vase (gres emaille) by the French sculptor and ceramist Albert Louis Dammouse from circa 1900Butterflowers and Iris flowers in the art nouveau Japonisme style (influenced by Van Gogh?) gong to a oxblood colour (sang de boeuf) on top I found this vase at an house clearance, so fresh to the market, never been in any collection!! One of a kind piece Signed with a faint(half) round Albert Dammouse Sevres mark (but present!) This vase is in a excellent condition, no chips, cracks or restorations Size is ca 23.5 cm (height) by ca 9 cm(width) Autheticity guaranteed! I have seen a couple of Dammouse ceramic vases on the internet, but I think this one is in my opinion the most beautiful , more like the pate de verre pieces A must have for the advanced art pottery collector!!! Albert Louis Dammouse is a sculptor, decorator, French ceramist born in Paris in 1848 and died in Sèvres (Hauts-de-Seine) in 1926. Ceramic decorator, son of the sculptor Pierre-Adolphe Dammouse, he worked as the latter at Sevres. He was first trained in the workshop of François Jouffroy where he had made sculptures for the Louvre. His brother Edward Alexander is a painter and decorator of ceramics. From 1863 to 1868 he studied at the Ecole Nationale des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. In 1868 he entered the Beaux-Arts. From 1868 to 1870, he collaborated with Marc-Louis Solon said "Miles". It begins the show with the 1869 A Portrait (plaster bust). In 1871, he founded a workshop in Sevres that he will keep until his death in 1926. There are manufactures of porcelain and decorated it to the fireworks as well as stoneware and earthenware. In 1874, he began a collaboration with the Manufacture and Pouyat Dubreuil and gets a Gold Medal at the Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs. From 1875, he collaborated with painter Félix Bracquemond (1833-1914), with which it will create the famous Bird Service. Exhibitor at the Universal Exhibition of 1878, he met a huge success. In the 1889, there landed a Gold Medal. From 1882 to 1886, he was under the direction of Ernest Chaplet at the Atelier d'Auteuil Haviland Charles Edward and Workshop Blomet street. In 1889, he became an associate member of the Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts and exhibited his work at the National. Two years later, in 1891, he became the Secretary of the National Society of Fine Arts and member of the Jury in 1893. He founded his own kiln in 1892 in Sèvres. He is a member of the Board examinations in the School of Ceramics in Sevres in 1895. He worked with Ernest Chaplet. By 1898, he creates pieces in enamel paste. In Limoges, he will mainly tables. It follows the various artistic currents of his time without being trapped in one of them. It will specialize in the decoration big fire on porcelain. It was at Auteuil, he discovered sandstone. With his brother Edward painter, he turned to earthenware whose range of colors for decoration was larger than for porcelain. His studio was at No. 12 rue des Fontaines at Sèvres. His ceramics are kept in museums in France (Galliera, Decorative Arts, Luxembourg, Sevres, Limoges) and Germany.
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