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Colette Guéden

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Colette Guéden was most significant not as an artist, but as a gallerist, directing the influential shop Primavera in the Printemps Department Store beginning in 1938. She also developed her own designs, however, in a fantastical style and in a range of mediums including turned wood, horn, glass, metal, and mother of pearl. This mask was made to her design in Vallauris by the craftsman Pol Chambost.

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Artist
Colette Guéden
Material
Ceramic
Contributing Gallery
Magen H Gallery
Period
c. 1960
Dimensions
11.25 in × 10 in × 2.5 in
28.575 cm × 25.4 cm × 6.35 cm
Sold with stand, height with stand: 15.6in, 39.6cm
ID
magenrc01-1
Image credits: Courtesy of Magen H Gallery
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