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segunda-feira, 31 de maio de 2010

Nikolai Suetin: Louça Suprematista / Nikolai Suetin: Suprematist tableware

Nikolai Suetin
Prato, chaleira, xícaras com pires - 1923
Porcelana com decoração pintada sobre esmalte
Nikolai Suetin
Plate, teapot, cups with saucers - 1923
Porcelain with overglaze-painted decoration



"[Nikolai]Suetin e [Ilya]Chashnik aplicaram os princípios suprematistas ao design em porcelana depois de se mudarem para petrogrado e trabalharem na fábrica de porcelana Lomonosov. A partir de 1924, também colaboraram com Malevich em sua arquitetura. (...) Suetin, que tornou-se diretor da fábrica Lomonosov (1932-52), projetou xícaras suprematistas, além de outros objetos utilitários em cerâmica, assim como arquitetura. Foi ele quem pintou o quadrado preto suprematista sobre o caixão de Malevich, em 1935." John Milner - From Grove Art Online - © 2009 Oxford University Press

"[Nikolai]Suetin and [Ilya]Chashnik applied Suprematist principles to porcelain design after moving to Petrograd and worked at the Lomonosov porcelain factory. From 1924 they also collaborated with Malevich on his arkhitektony. (...) Suetin, who became director of the Lomonosov porcelain factory (1932–52), designed Suprematist cups, saucers and other utilitarian ceramic objects as well as architecture. He painted the Suprematist black square on Malevich’s coffin in 1935." John Milner - From Grove Art Online - © 2009 Oxford University Press


Estas peças pertencem ao acervo do MoMA - Museum of Modern Art - New York. Fotos Luciana Chagas
These pieces belong to MoMA - Museum of Modern Art - New York. Pictures taken by Luciana Chagas

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domingo, 30 de maio de 2010

Bernard Palissy

Bernard Palissy
Prato - 1565-70
Cerâmica de baixa temperatura com esmaltes de chumbo

Bernard Palissy
Dish - 1565-70
Lead-glazed earthenware
Esta peça pertence ao Metropolitan Museum, New York. Fotos Luciana Chagas
This piece belongs to the Metropolitan Museum, New York. Pictures by Luciana Chagas
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sábado, 29 de maio de 2010

Rookwood Pottery


Em volta da moldura do espelho, vasos da cerâmica Rookwood, Cincinatti, Ohio (1880-1960)
On mirror frame, two stoneware vases, made by Rookwood Pottery, Cincinatti, Ohio (1880-1960)

à esquerda, vaso decorado por Albert Robert Valentien em 1886.
à direita, vaso decorado por Kataro Shirayamadani em 1889.
on the left: decorated by Albert Robert Valentien in 1886.
on the right: decorated by Kataro Shirayamadani in 1889.
Estas peças pertencem ao acervo do Museu de Arte da Philadelphia, Estados Unidos. Fotos: Luciana Chagas
These pieces belong to the Philadelphia Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA - USA. Pictures taken by Luciana Chagas
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domingo, 23 de maio de 2010

Cerâmica Americana do início do século XX / Early 20th Century American Ceramics


Jarra com cara de demônio - c. 1923-36
Cerâmica de alta temperatura pintada

Devil Face Jug - c.1923-36
Painted Stoneware

"A distinctive southern form, face jugs were created from standard jugs to which facial features were added. They supposedly originated as grave markers, but were just as likeli to have been a potter's whimsy. As the inscription attests, Davis Brown designed this stoneware jug for display in the window of T. S. Morrison's hardware store in Asheville, which sold utilitarian wares by the Brown Pottery. However, women from a local church were offended by the image of Satan and demanded the jug's removal." (Curator's text)

This jug belongs to the Philadelphia Art Museum's collection. Philadelphia, PA, United States.
Picture by Luciana Chagas
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