Roger Capron, Coffee table in wood and ceramics, 1960’s
Roger Capron, signed.
Coffee table in wood standing on four cylindrical legs. The tray is inlaid with different pieces of green, white, cream-color and red enameled ceramics forming the stylized drawing of a flower with its stem and two leaves. Rounded corners of the tray.
French work realized in the 1960’s.
Dimensions : H 27 x W 97 x D 68 cm
Reference : LS4496483C
Roger Capron (1922-2006) was a French ceramist. He studied at the School of Applied Arts in Paris until 1943. In 1946, he abandoned drawing to devote himself to ceramics. He participated in the renaissance of ceramics in Vallauris, where he will join Jean Derval and Robert Picault, to create the “Callis” workshop. Roger Capron realized, from 1955, tiles of earthenware as well as tables, which would be awarded at the Triennale of Milan. Thereafter, he collaborated with the director Jean-Michel Carré, and Philippe Sicardon to realize the ceramic decor of the Byblos hotel in Saint-Tropez. in 1970, he received the International Prize of Ceramics for his whole career. His work has been the subject of a retrospective exhibition at the National Museum of Ceramics in Sevres in 2003.
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