Style Egyptian / Ref.14204
Théodore DECK et Albert ANKER, Dish with Egyptian decoration in earthenware, representing an Egyptian queen
Height: 2'' 5cm
Diameter: 13'' 33cm
This Egyptian-inspired dish is one of the most beautiful collaborations between the ceramist Théodore Deck and the painter Albert Anker. It is signed and dated 1869.
From 1866, Théodore Deck and Albert Anker carried out numerous collaborations.
This sharing of know-how illustrates the phenomenon, which occurred during the end of the Second Empire and in the 1870s, of the association of Fine Arts with the production of decorative art objects.
The Musée d’Orsay has a similar work. This is the “Dish with Assyrian decoration” from 1870, from the same collaboration between Anker and Deck.
To date, there is no known equivalent to these two dishes.
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