Émile Decoeur  (French, 1876-1953) 

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Émile Decoeur, Vase

 

Émile Decoeur
Vase
1920

Kelly Gallery
Émile Decoeur, Blood Ovid

 

Émile Decoeur
Blood Ovid
circa 1907

Jason Jacques Inc.
Émile Decoeur, Flawless Jade Vase

 

Émile Decoeur
Flawless Jade Vase
circa 1920

Jason Jacques Inc.
Émile Decoeur, Vine Handled Vase

 

Émile Decoeur
Vine Handled Vase
1902

Jason Jacques Inc.
Émile Decoeur, Marvelous Malachite Stoneware Bowl

 

Émile Decoeur
Marvelous Malachite Stoneware Bowl
1910

Jason Jacques Inc.
Émile Decoeur, Lapis

 

Émile Decoeur
Lapis
circa 1920

Jason Jacques Inc.
Émile Decoeur, Vestigal Leaves

 

Émile Decoeur
Vestigal Leaves
circa 1906

Jason Jacques Inc.
Émile Decoeur, Ribbed Vase

 

Émile Decoeur
Ribbed Vase
circa 1906

Jason Jacques Inc.
Émile Decoeur, Abstract Iris

 

Émile Decoeur
Abstract Iris
circa 1904

Jason Jacques Inc.
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Émile Decoeur, Vase

 

Émile Decoeur
Vase
stoneware w/enamel

 

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Émile Decoeur, Vase und Platte (2 works)

 

Émile Decoeur
Vase und Platte (2 works), 1930
glazed terracotta

 

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Émile Decoeur, Vase

 

Émile Decoeur
Vase, 1930
enameled ceramic

 

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1890 - 1907   Apprentice at Edmond Lachenal in 1890, he created his own studio at Fontenay-aux-Roses (Seine) in 1907. He makes vases from sandstone and porcelain with engraved and/or painted motifs that represent spirals, roses or geometric designs.
1910 - 1930   Emile Decoeur is on of the most accomplished potters from France between 1910 and the 1930's.
1920 - 1930   After the first world war, he worked in Paris. Exuberantly rejecting art nouveau and oriental style designs, he preferred very simply forms and pure lines heightened by a monochromatic glazing. This slight change of course accompagnies his satin or matte glazes.

In the middle of the 1920's, he created many beautiful pieces : vases, cups and bowls which sometimes were inspirational of Chinese forms. These objects were covered in glazes of diverse colors: green, yellow, pink, purple and blue. It had a subtle and sublime effect.

1939 - 1942   He worked in manufacturing in Sèvres where he stayed as an advisor until 1948.