Large table composed of a steel structure covered with abstract ceramics, one of which is a radiant sun.
This emblematic low table is composed of a steel structure covered with coloured earthenware tiles representing a sun in its upper part. It was manufactured in the sixties by the French master, Roger Capron, one of the best post-war ceramists.
Note that the legs can be removed so that it can be wall mounted.
The original chrome structure is in very good condition. Its silver-coloured feet have acquired some patina. The whole features bands of intense colour, as well as an abstraction of a radiant sun.
Roger Capron was born in Vincennes, France on September 4, 1922. He studied Applied Arts in Paris from 1939 to 1943 and then worked as an art teacher.
In 1952, Capron bought the pottery from Font des Horts in Vallauris ( France ) and, with seven workers, produced objects for gift shops and decorative panels.
Capron’s first successful design were of an expressionist nature. He later evolved towards modernist geometric work. His work became trendsetting when important American department stores started selling his production. His staff expanded quickly to more than 100 workers.
He died on November 8, 2006 leaving behind a huge body of work recognized worldwide.
Manufactured : circa 60'
H 11.82 in. x W 16.15 in. x D 48.04 in.
H 30 cm x W 41 cm x D 122 cm
Signed R Capron
Note that the "R" from the signature is missing due to a nick.
A minor damage appears at the lower left corner of the table.
The table legs, especially the lower part of the right leg, show some signs of wear.
The structure is in perfect condition.
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We also travel several times to Paris, London and other European destinations.
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