Modernism in Art: Vases

Modernism, blasted as a lightning on the edge of XIX and ХХ centuries, was able to charm not only contemporaries, but future generations as well. Non-traditional style of Modernism was an escape from centuries-old rules and impressed people with its freedom, dreaminess and independence. There are no fixed forms, even stone is fluid. Nature is everywhere – reach ornaments, elegant curves, “fluidity”. Modernism tries to fly from rationalism to pure feelings, make forms alive. However, it is not something rough and abstract. Modernism art is very attentive to details.

Ernest Bussier, Vase for Keller and Geren company from Lunenville

Ernest Bussier, Vase for “Keller and Geren” company from Lunenville
1899
Location: Nancy. Nancy School Museum

 Emil Halle: Vase

Emil Halle: Vase
application, cutting
Location: Tokyo. Belle de Belle collection

 Emil Halle: Vase Rain in the lake leaves bulbs

Emil Halle: Vase “Rain in the lake leaves bulbs”
1889
Location: Nancy. Nancy School Museum

 Emil Halle: Vase Butterfly

Emil Halle: Vase “Butterfly”
ceramics
Location: London, collection of Victor and Greta Arves

 Emil Halle: Vase Orchid

Emil Halle: Vase “Orchid”
cutting, incrustation, application

 Emil Halle: Vase Rose

Emil Halle: Vase “Rose”
cutting, application
Location: New-York, Maklow Gallery

 Emil Halle: Vase in the form of a Dragon

Emil Halle: Vase in the form of a Dragon
glass, bronze
Location: Private collection

 Emil Halle: Vase with cover Hydrangea

Emil Halle: Vase with cover “Hydrangea”
glass, silver coating

 Dome Brothers: Vase

Dome Brothers: Vase
incrustation, cutting, intalia
Location: New-York, Maklow Gallery

 Louis Camfort. Tiffany  Vase

Tiffany, Louis Camfort. Tiffany & Co., London: Vase
1895-1900
glass
Location: New-York. Eric Streiner Collection

 Michael Vrubel: Vase

Michael Vrubel: Vase
ceramics
Location: Russia, Abramtsevo collection

 Jule Chere, Charles Fritz: Vase

Jule Chere, Charles Fritz: Vase
1903
Location: Private collection

Вазы эпохи модерн

Unknown Author: Vase
glass
Location: Private collection

 Tiffany, Louis Camfort. Tiffany & Co., London: Vase  1893-1896 favrile

Tiffany, Louis Camfort. Tiffany & Co., London: Vase
1893-1896
favrile
Location: New-York, Metropolitain Museum

 Glass factory Johan Letz Widow: Vase

Glass factory “Johan Letz Widow”: Vase
1900
astralite glass, irrisation

 Egen Feulatre: Vase Artichoke

Egen Feulatre: Vase “Artichoke”
1898
copper, enamel
Location: Private collection

 Egen Feulatre: Vase with flowers and scarabs

Egen Feulatre: Vase with flowers and scarabs
silver, enamel, gold, cluasonne
Location: Private collection

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