Ceramic Vase by Jacques Pouchain - Atelier Dieulefit (circa 1960s)
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This petite mid-century ceramic vase (circa 1960s) is done in Pouchain's trademark style with muted brown horizontal lines above a frieze with oval motif over a beige and darker glaze. The hallmark etching appears on the vase bottom, 'Atelier Dieulefit'. In excellent vintage condition.
About the Artist: Jacques Pouchain (1925 - 2005) left Paris and gave up his architectural training in the 1950's for the South of France to devote himself to art and his pottery studio at Dieulefit. He produced highly personal work and more commercial pieces as well both revealing a modern approach to pottery.
H 14 cm
Dia 9 cm