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"Pair Of Plates By Etienne Laget"
These Provençal plates from Laget are rare: one represents a woman in a Marseille costume, the other one from Draguignan.
Some small losses of original paint on the outer scallops of the trim wings (see photos).

Jean-Etienne Laget, known as Étienne Laget, was born in Arles in 1896. He was one of the great Arles painters, his favorite subjects being regional: Arles, gypsies and horses. He also painted Provence, Savoy, Alsace and the North, and illustrated many books, posters and ceramics. He worked in particular for the Manufacture de faïences Henriot in Quimper. Its very recognizable style is characterized by simple patterns, a very legible design underlined with black lines, and solid colors. In her work on David Dellepiane, Françoise-Albane Beudon believes that Etienne Lager was inspired by the repertoire of the Arles painter Léo Lelée for the development of his santons. He died without his hometown in 1990 at the age of 94. The Camargue museum in Arles has several of his works and a street in the city bears his name.

Source: Wikipedia
Price: 280 €
Artist: Etienne Laget
Period: 20th century
Style: Autre styles
Condition: Très bon état

Material: Céramique
Diameter: 24,5 cm

Reference: 823822
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