"Ceramics By Robert Picault (1919-2000) Ancient Pieces C.1950. Capron, Vallauris, Picasso"Beautiful set of 3 ceramics by Robert Picault in Vallauris circa 1950/60. All signed - 1 first and very large ice pitcher also called "Gargoulette" with high grip and handle, swollen neck and tightened, the large opening to put ice and then pour the liquid without it falls back . Geometric background made of successive strips in shades of green, plums on white granite background. Signature below painted in letters, typical of the first period of Picault. We can also notice the precocity of these pieces thanks to the cooking of the enamels, the cooking with the wood allowing a very different effect of the cooking with gas or electric. Height: 32,5cm, perfect condition. Price of this piece alone: € 220 - 2nd ice cream jug "Gargoulette", this time smaller with a gemotric decoration also different from the first one. Same period, the signature being here in hollow. Height: 24,5cm, very good condition too, I just report some égrenures on the beak, that's all. Price of this piece alone: 120 € - and finally 1 covered bowl, with 2 sockets and a cover, geometric decoration with dominant of green. Old but less early piece than the first 2, painted signature RP Width: 20cm. In a perfect state. Price of this piece only 50 €. Price for the ensemble: 360 € I no longer present Robert Picault, a great ceramist from Vallauris, first associated with Roger Capron and Jean Derval at the end of the 40's to form the Atelier Callis, they will each create their own workshop in the early 50s. They were all in the movement of master Pablo Picasso. Picault will create artistic pieces but also culinary objects inspired by popular and traditional pottery, as Madoura he will take back old forms like his famous Gargoulettes. His old pieces are more sought after by amateurs.