Wall-Plaque by Georges Jouve

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Made to be displayed as a wall-hung plaque, this large Georges Jouve piece would serve admirably as a charger or even a serving dish. Decorated in a marvelously spontaneous hand, with a stylized fish in black against a cream background, surrounded by a border decorated with a frieze of blue, red and green ovals set against a chartreuse background. Jouve returned periodically to fish motifs; this particular design is well documented.

Literature: Michel Faré, "Georges Jouve", Edition Art et Industrie, Paris, 1965, p. 60.
Details
Creator
Georges Jouve (Designer)
Of the Period
Modern
Place of Origin
France
Date of Manufacture
circa 1952
Period
1950-1959
Materials and Techniques
Ceramic
Condition
Good. Very good condition. Though of obvious age, this piece has no outstanding flaws. .
Dimensions
10.5 in. H x 26.5 in. W x 1 in. D
27 cm H x 67 cm W x 3 cm D
Dealer Location
Los Angeles, CA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
U1204178091765
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