Xavier Duroselle (b.1961) Celadon Porcelain Lidded Bowl For your consideration, a work in porcelain by the noted contemporary French ceramicist Xavier Duroselle (b.1961). This elegant and impeccably crafted celadon porcelain lidded bowl measures 11cm in diameter and stands 10cm high. It features a superbly fashioned finial, precision cutwork, and is noteworthy for its fine celadon glaze. The piece is in excellent condition with no chips or defects. This piece was previously owned by Helene Lathoumetie, herself a well-known French artist.
"First comes the enamel, that is my source", says Xavier. "Currently, my work is articulated around two axes: Initially the enamel, which is my source, the technique which made me ceramist. I have excavated for at least twenty years, in the prestigious traces of our Chinese, creative Masters of wonders, improbable treasures which can defy the millenia. Pale green, copper reds posed on turned, tournasées parts of porcelain, sometimes cut in hardly perceptible facets, right intended to make play the nuances of enamels".
Formation with the CREAR 1984-91: various workshops in the south of France. since 1985. Expositions: France
* 2008 Galerie Sépia, Villefranche de Rouergue * 2007 Galerie Tristan Patrick, Caen * 2006 Musée de la Faïence, Samadet * 2006 Compagnie de la Chine et des Indes, Paris * 2005 Galerie Septentrion, Marcq-en-Baroeul * 2005 Galerie de l'Ancienne Poste, Toucy * 2004 Galerie « Complément d'objet », Martot * 2001 Galerie Philippe Boidet, Chambéry * 2001 Musée Bernard Palissy, Saint-Avit * 2008, 2000 Maison de la Céramique, Giroussens * 2000 Galerie Pierre, Paris * 2000 Galerie Nadia.B, Dieulefit * 2009 Musée de Sarreguemines, Sarreguemines * 2010 Le Lavoir, Clamart * 2012 Les journées de la céramique Place St Sulpice, Paris
* 2010 Exposition "Céladon français contemporain", Gangjin
* 2007 Rufford Ceramic Centre, Newarke
* 2004, 2002 Galerie Loes & Reinier, Devente
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