19th Century Impressionist Majolica plate signed Montigny-sur-Loing
Studio George Delvaux (1834-1909)
Japonism affected fine arts and decorative arts throughout Western culture. The term is used particularly to refer to Japanese influence on European art, especially in impressionism
Beautiful Japonism influence in impressionist, Majolica plate painted with a chrysanthemum flowers on olive green background hand-painted, signed to the underside P. B. Montigny-sur-Loing DX, diameter 10 ½ inches
Technique: it refers to painted slip decoration, favored by Impressionist artists, in their case the thick slip was applied rather like oil paint, and thinned with a palette to obtain varying thicknesses and tones.
At the turn of the nineteenth centuries, the village of Montigny-sur-Loing, attracted many painter with references the Neo-Classical tradition and anticipates the plein-air innovations of Impressionism. When Eugene Schopin founded in 1872 a ceramic factory, he collaborated with these artists to create a range of models inspired by Impressionism and decorated according to the new demands of the public. Several ceramic factories will develop around this impressionist. The most famous, such as George Delvaux (1834-1909), Albert Boué (1862-1918) and Alphonse Charles Petit (1862-1927)
DIAMETER: 10½ in
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