Inventory Number HOG006

Size 10.5" H x 9" W

Material Stoneware

Period Art Nouveau, Japonist

Country of Origin France

Year Made c. 1898

This stunning pitcher comes alive as if it has grown from a vine to become its own creature. A twisted vine comes up from the base of the large leaf at the bottom of the pitcher to form the handle. The large leaves surround the exterior of the pitcher slowly opening up towards the spout which points out viciously.The pitcher is glazed in warm tan and brown tones with accents of light green glaze in the folds of the leaves and vines.

Marks: Stamped artist's cipher

Bard Graduate Center Salvaging the Past: Georges Hoentschel and French Decorative Arts from The Metropolitan Museum of Art (April 4, 2013 - August 11, 2013).

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