Skip to main content
Want more images or videos?
Request additional images or videos from the seller
1 of 20

Art Nouveau Molten Glaze Vase by Raoul Lachenal

About the Item

The son of Edmond Lachenal, Raoul Lachenal worked in his father's studio until 1911, when he established a new workshop at Boulogne-sur-Seine. While some of Raoul Lachenal's Art Nouveau ceramics resemble pieces by his father, he also produced distinctive stoneware that can hold its own against works by master glaze artists like Ernest Chaplet and Albert Dammouse.[1] At his best, Lachenal can rightly be compared to these titans of the French art pottery renaissance. Lachenal first exhibited his Art Nouveau stoneware at Paris salons in 1904. Period photographs show pieces with organic body forms, looping handles, and incised decoration similar to Edmond Lachenal's work from around 1900. Given the fact that father and son shared an atelier, the question of authorship is murky on several levels, notably those of direct influence and possible collaboration. Nonetheless, the son's stoneware is distinguished by its sophisticated use of conventionalized motifs and layering of high-temperature glazes.
  • Creator:
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 9 in (22.86 cm)Width: 9 in (22.86 cm)Depth: 9 in (22.86 cm)
  • Style:
    Art Nouveau (Of the Period)
  • Materials and Techniques:
    Stoneware,Glazed
  • Place of Origin:
  • Period:
  • Date of Manufacture:
    c. 1895
  • Condition:
  • Seller Location:
    Chicago, US
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU7300239141192
More From This SellerView All
  • Art Nouveau Primordeal Vase by Raoul Lachenal
    By Raoul Lachenal
    Located in Chicago, US
    The son of Edmond Lachenal, Raoul Lachenal worked in his father's studio until 1911, when he established a new workshop at Boulogne-sur-Seine. While some of Raoul Lachenal's Art Nouv...
    Category

    Antique 1890s French Art Nouveau Vases

    Materials

    Stoneware

  • Art Nouveau Purple Twist Vase by Raoul Lachenal
    By Raoul Lachenal
    Located in Chicago, US
    The son of Edmond Lachenal, Raoul Lachenal worked in his father's studio until 1911, when he established a new workshop at Boulogne-sur-Seine. While some of Raoul Lachenal's Art Nouv...
    Category

    Antique 1890s French Art Nouveau Vases

    Materials

    Stoneware

  • Art Nouveau Earthenware Floral Vase by Edmond Lachenal
    By Edmond Lachenal
    Located in Chicago, US
    EDMOND LACHENAL (1855-1948) One of France’s most influential ceramists, Edmond Lachenal contributed significantly to the development of Art Nouveau. His poor beginnings in Paris le...
    Category

    Antique 1890s French Art Nouveau Vases

    Materials

    Earthenware

  • Art Nouveau Stoneware Vitis Vase by Edmond Lachenal and Émile Decoeur
    By Émile Decoeur, Edmond Lachenal
    Located in Chicago, US
    The finest examples of vases produced in collaboration between Edmond Lachenal and Emile Decoeur date from 1901-1904. This vase, with the word “original” marked on its underside, ind...
    Category

    Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

    Materials

    Stoneware

  • Lantern-Shaped Art Nouveau Vase with Bats & Moon by Edmond Lachenal
    By Edmond Lachenal
    Located in Chicago, US
    One of the most influential french ceramists, Edmond Lachenal contributed significantly to the development of Art Nouveau. His poor beginnings in Paris led to an apprenticeship at ag...
    Category

    Vintage 1910s French Art Nouveau Vases

    Materials

    Earthenware

  • Art Nouveau Purple Hare's Fur Glaze Stoneware Vase by Auguste Delaherche
    By Auguste Delaherche
    Located in Chicago, US
    Model #6674. Auguste Delaherche turned the science of experimentation in ceramic ware into an art form. Coming from a long tradition of potters in the Beauvais region of France datin...
    Category

    Antique 1880s French Art Nouveau Vases

    Materials

    Stoneware

You May Also Like
  • Blue glazed ceramic vase attributed to Raoul Lachenal, circa 1930.
    By Raoul Lachenal
    Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
    Blue glazed ceramic vase by Raoul Lachenal. Artist signature under the base « Lachenal ». Circa 1930. H : 15.3’ x 7.9’ x 7.5’ inches.
    Category

    20th Century French Beaux Arts Vases

    Materials

    Ceramic

  • Blue glazed ceramic vase attributed to Raoul Lachenal, circa 1930.
    By Raoul Lachenal
    Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
    Blue glazed ceramic vase attributed to Raoul Lachenal. Unsigned. Circa 1930. H : 15.7’ x 7.9’ x 7.9’ inches.
    Category

    20th Century French Beaux Arts Vases

    Materials

    Ceramic

  • Raoul Lachenal Blue Crackle Glaze Ceramic Vase with Band, circa 1930s - 1940s
    By Raoul Lachenal
    Located in New York, NY
    Raoul Lachenal large blue crackle glaze vase with silver pewter band made circa 1930's - 1940's. It's signed on base; 'Lachenal'. Image 5: Photo of a Dynasty of French Ceramists - Edmond Lachenal (1855 - 1948) in the center, Raoul Pierre Lachenal (1885 - 1956) on the left and Jean-Jacques Lachenal (1881 - 1945). About the Artist: Raoul Lachenal was a French potter. The son of Edmond Lachenal, Raoul Lachenal worked in his father's studio until 1911, when he established a new workshop at Boulogne-sur-Seine. While some of Raoul Lachenal's Art Nouveau ceramics resemble pieces by his father, he also produced distinctive stoneware that can hold its own against works by master glaze artists like Ernest Chaplet and Albert Dammouse...
    Category

    20th Century French Modern Vases

    Materials

    Ceramic

  • French Deco Turquoise Ceramic "PV" Vase Attributed to Raoul Lachenal
    By Raoul Lachenal
    Located in Brooklyn, NY
    Art Deco ceramic vase attributed to Raoul Lachenal (Studio Boulogne-Sur-Seine, France) circa 1930s. Incised "PV France" signature, indicating the "Peasant Vi...
    Category

    Vintage 1930s French Art Deco Vases

    Materials

    Ceramic

  • Cranston Pottery Art Nouveau Lustre Glazed Art Pottery Vase
    Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
    Rare and probably unique Art Nouveau lustre glazed art pottery vase by Cranston Pottery and made around 1900. Probably an exhibition piece this lightl...
    Category

    Antique Early 1900s English Art Nouveau Vases

    Materials

    Ceramic

  • Belgian Art Nouveau Drip Glazed Provincial Art Pottery Vase
    Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
    A stylish Belgian Art Nouveau twin handled art pottery vase decorated in streaked glazes dating from around 1900. The earthenware vase is of tall cylindrical shape with a rounded bow...
    Category

    Antique Early 1900s Belgian Art Nouveau Vases

    Materials

    Pottery

Recently Viewed

View All