Much modernist enamel art has been produced in Quebec, most of the pieces of this specialized art form being produced from 1945-1975. This fine enamel bowl, measuring 13 cm x .5cm, was created in the Montreal area is most probably circa 1960's-1970's. The bowl features a tree motif in shades of mist blue, whites and grays, and is excellent condition with just the usual interior stress lines and no damage or repairs. The piece is signed, but the signature is somewhat illegible. Enamel pieces from this Canadian province, notably the work of Monique Drolet-Côtéare, Aristide Gagnon, and others, are becoming quite collectable, and this wonderful dish is a artful example of this regional art genre.
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