Courtesy of Formative Modern
A glazed, oval earthenware bowl with a slightly pinched mouth, created by Suzanne Ramié (1905-1974) created in her workshop, Atelier Madoura in the 1940s. Suzanne Ramié was an accomplished ceramicist who worked in Vallauris alongside her husband. In 1947, they welcomed Picasso into their workshop and it was there that all of Picasso’s ceramic production took place, while Suzanne Ramié continued her own ceramic work, creating unusual forms and employing rich glazes.
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