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Dish

A work made of hard-paste porcelain, underglaze blue, iron red enamel, and gilding.
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  • A work made of hard-paste porcelain, underglaze blue, iron red enamel, and gilding.

Date:

1725/30

Artist:

Du Paquier Porcelain Manufactory
Austrian, 1718-1744

About this artwork

A significant number of Du Paquier porcelains are indebted to Chinese or Japanese porcelain prototypes; a Japanese Imari plate (or a Chinese interpretation of the Imari pattern) clearly served as a model for this very large dish, suggesting the presence of private collections of Asian porcelain in Vienna in the 18th century. The scale of this dish, as well as the technical mastery required to fire the underglaze blue, iron-red enamel, and gilding, attest to the ambitious goals set and achieved by the factory’s director, Claude Innocent Du Paquier.

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Applied Arts of Europe

Artist

Du Paquier Porcelain Manufactory (Manufacturer)

Title

Dish

Place

Vienna (Object made in)

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1725–1730

Medium

Hard-paste porcelain, underglaze blue, iron red enamel, and gilding

Dimensions

Diam.: 50.8 cm (20 in.)

Credit Line

European Decorative Art Fund; Annette M. Chapin and R.T. Crane, Jr. endowments

Reference Number

1999.560

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