Mid-Century Ceramic Deep Dish by Jacques Pouchain - Atelier Dieulefit (circa 1960s)
Mid-century ceramic 'dog bowl'-shaped dish by Jacques Pouchain / Atelier Dieulefit (circa 1960s). This small decorative deep dish could also be used as a vide-poche. It is in Pouchain's signature cloudy glaze style but with rare grey-toned hues. It is elegant with a surround decorated in a contemporary motif consisting of lines and geometric shapes. Stylish and very collectible. In good vintage condition commensurate with age. Maker's mark: 'L'Atelier Dieulefit'. To best appreciate the piece's aesthetics and condition, please use the many accompanying photos with this listing. Upon request a video clip will be provided.
About the Artist: Jacques Pouchain (1925 - 2015) left Paris and gave up his architectural training in the 1950s 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. Pouchain's ceramics have an international following and have been sold at several of the major auction houses.
Dia 12.7 cm / 5"
H 6 cm / 2.4"