Max Modolo - Chun Flambè vase (22 cm)

Description
Max Modolo - Chun Flambè vase (22 cm)
Italy - After 2000 - Stoneware

Porcelain stoneware

Vase with body in an organic shape, topped with a conical neck.

Flambé enamel in the "Chun" style.
The colours of the enamel are cobalt, light blue, sky blue, lavender and brown.
Mottle, movement and "hare's fur" effects.


The set photo is only for demonstration purposes. The piece on auction is the one photographed individually.

Max Modolo produces these ceramics in his studio in Italy.

His research concerns both the shape of the ceramic items and their finish.
He is very interested in the effects of ceramics and glazes obtained by some Italian artists such as Guido Gambone and Marcello Fantoni, and has always been attracted by the shapes created by Lucie Rie and Hans Coper.
Recently he became interested in the German ceramics of the '60s and '70s, known as Fat Lava ceramics.

Max Modolo produces these ceramics in his studio in Italy.

His research concerns both the shape of the ceramic items and their finish.
He is very interested in the effects of ceramics and glazes obtained by some Italian artists such as Guido Gambone and Marcello Fantoni, and has always been attracted by the shapes created by Lucie Rie and Hans Coper.
Recently he became interested in the German ceramics of the '60s and '70s, known as Fat Lava ceramics.

Lot details
Object
Chun Flambè vase (22 cm)
Material
Stoneware
Designer/ Artist
Max Modolo
Estimated Period
After 2000
Country of Origin
Italy
Condition
As new - unused
Dimensions
22×15×15 cm
Weight
1 kg
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