Porcelain decorative plate

  • 700 EUR

Artist/Maker: Jean-Pierre Feuillet

Artist/Maker Dates: 1777 - 1840

Place of Production: France

Date of Production: 1814 - 1834

Materials: gilding, overglaze hand painting, porcelain

Diameter: 23.5 cm.


Like new

Condition notes: Wear consistent with age and use


Jean-Pierre Feuillet (1777-1840) was a notable porcelain artist whose work is recognized for its quality and beauty.

Jean-Pierre Feuillet was the son of a pastry chef who worked for the Prince de Condé. He learned to paint at a school in Chantilly, which was funded by the Prince. This connection not only influenced Feuillet's early artistic development but also provided him with the means to pursue his ambitions in Paris under the protection of the Prince. 

On 20 July 1814, Feuillet established his workshop in Paris on the rue de la Paix. This move was made under the protection of the Prince de Condé, which likely helped him gain recognition and clientele in the competitive Parisian market. 

Feuillet is known for his work with porcelain, particularly for his painting on hard paste porcelain. His pieces often featured polychrome enamels and gilding, showcasing his skill in creating detailed and vibrant decorations on vases and other porcelain objects.

Feuillet's legacy as a porcelain artist is a testament to the rich tradition of French decorative arts during the 18th and 19th centuries, reflecting the craftsmanship, artistic innovation, and aesthetic sensibilities of that era.

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