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Name of Object:

Vase

Name in original language:

Jarrón

Location:

Madrid, Spain

Holding Museum:

National Museum of Decorative Arts

Holding Institution (original language):

Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas

Date:

1899–1930

Type of object:

Ceramic

Museum Inventory Number:

MNAD45031

Material(s) / Technique(s):

Moulded porcellaneous earthenware; painted with enamel and gilded

Dimensions:

82,5 x 21 cm

Provenance:

Pickman y compania, La Cartuja (Seville)

Description:

The Orientalism or Neo-mudéjar style gave new light to old techniques as the ceramic with lustre decorations, this revival made that the new ceramic fabrics as Pickman, in Seville, produced pieces in Neo-mudéjar or Orientalist style. As this piece that was awarded in one of the International Exhibitions. This one reproduces the shape of the vase known as "The Alhambra vase" in lustre decoration

Description:

Citation of this web page:

Ana Cabrera "Vase" in Sharing History , Museum With No Frontiers, 2019. http://www.museumwnf.org/thematicgallery/thg_galleries/database_item.php?itemId=sh_objects;AWE;es;63;en&id=porcelain

Prepared by: Ana Cabrera

MWNF Working Number: SP 063