Raoul Lachenal ( - )

He first worked with his father, Edmond Lachenal, and exhibited his high-fired porcelain and stoneware for the first time at the age of 19. In 1911, he set up his own workshop in Boulogne-sur-Seine. He produced pottery with simple and symmetrical forms of oriental inspiration. Decorated with geometric motifs in relief on velvety backgrounds. He likes matte and flamed glazes, sharp colour combinations, white crackle finishes and also practices a kind of cloisonne glaze.

Through Caroll Stupen, he marketed a series of magnificent pieces in Egyptian blue glazes in New York.

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