Art Deco Limoges: Camille Tharaud and Other Ceramists

Art Deco Limoges: Camille Tharaud and Other Ceramists

By: Thomas Waterbrook-Clyde (author), Keith Waterbrook-Clyde (author)Hardback

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Art Deco style, with its modern forms, rich colors, and brilliant glazes, appeared on the scene by 1910, exploded into great heights of popularity by 1925, and remained popular throughout the 1930s. In 475 brilliant color images worthy of the movement, the Art Deco decorated porcelains from Limoges, France, are displayed. While centering on the work of the talented artist Camille Tharaud, examples from Robj, Edouard Marcel Sandoz, Suzanne Lalique, and Royal Limoges are also included. Among the wares presented are over 500 delicate vases, tea sets, figurines, covered boxes and bowls, plates, and night lights. Additionally, Art Deco patterns and company names, direct from the pattern books of Gerard, Dufraisseix, Abbot, are on display. The detailed text provides an indepth look at Camille Tharaud and his work, with an extensive bibliography, and index. Value ranges for the wares displayed are found in the captions.

About Author

Keith and Thomas Waterbrook-Clyde have been collecting porcelain for years. They have written three previous books on Limoges porcelains, published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780764321788
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 2
  • ID: 9780764321788
  • weight: 1680
  • ISBN10: 0764321781

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