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Rörstrand, Nils Emil Lundstrom, marine underwater motive

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Rörstrand, Nils Emil Lundstrom, marine underwater motive

1,800.00

Vase, ca. 1900–1903
Designed by Nils Emil Lundström (1865–1960). Manufacturer: Rörstrand (Lidköping)
Hard–paste porcelain.

H. 43 cm, 16.9 in

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The Swedish factory of Rörstrand produced some of the most beautiful of all European porcelains executed in the Art Nouveau style. The palette is frequently delicate and subtle, and the commonly used pale greens, pinks, and grays create a cool yet often sensuous appearance. The factory excelled in relief work, and this finely modeled The Swedish factory of Rörstrand produced some of the most beautiful of all European porcelains executed in the Art Nouveau style. The palette is frequently delicate and subtle, and the commonly used pale greens, pinks, and grays create a cool yet often sensuous appearance. The factory excelled in relief work, and this finely modeled marine underwater motive is very rare and one of the best from the factory's work in the Art Nouveau style. The Rörstrand designers of this period created forms that were simultaneously highly stylized and naturalistic, successfully embodying one of Art Nouveau's basic design tenets. is very rare and one of the best from the factory's work in the Art Nouveau style. The Rörstrand designers of this period created forms that were simultaneously highly stylized and naturalistic, successfully embodying one of Art Nouveau's basic design tenets.