Fantastically beautiful Italian ceramic vase
by Guido Gambone from the 1950s
Signed on the ground with model number 712 and Italy
Very nice vintage condition no chips or jumps
has a great glaze and only 2 very small
Production-induced air bubbles holes in the glaze
Very cleanly signed
Height 21 cm
About Guido Gambone:
Guido Gambone (1909 – 1969) was one of the most important Italian ceramic artists
in the middle of the 20th century. He was born in 1909 in Montella, Avellino, Italy, and moved with his parents to Vietri in 1927. There he began his career in the local pottery of Avallone,
continued his training at the Manifattura Artistica Ceramica Salernitana,
before moving to the famous I.C.S. (Industria Ceramica Salernitana).
He became artistic director of the I.C.S. in 1935. He then founded his own pottery
La Faenzerella in Vietri and later La Tirrena in Florence.
He died in 1969 at the age of just sixty.
In Gambone’s works, paintings, primitiveism,
Tradition and modern art movements.
Guido Gambone’s pieces from La Faenzaerella (1939-1950) are marked with a donkey motif and Italy. Most of the pieces that were created in the first years in La Tirenna (1950-1967) are signed in the same way, i.e. with Gambone and the donkey motif.
His later work shortly before his death, only with Gambone Italy
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