Lake and Sea, Jardiniere by James Tissot. 1880-1882

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Description: This jardiniere, designed by James Tissot, has a bronze frame with gilt-bronze mounts. It has copper panels decorated in cloisonne enamel, with scenes of the sea and a lake.

This jardiniere formed part of a group of over twenty pieces of cloisonne enamel exhibited by Tissot at the Dudley Gallery, Picadilly, London in 1882. The complete collection, comprising a large sculpture, vases, jardinieres, trays, teapots, plaques and trial pieces remained unsold and returned with Tissot to Paris later that year. It has been established that Tissot had in his collection a rare Ming gilt and enamel jardiniere which formed the model for this jardiniere, not only in the overall shape but also in the design of the panels.

The jardiniere is used by the museum to illustrate the history of modern design.
Categories: Collections/ Decorative Art, Timeline/ 1880s  
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Credit: Tessa Hallmann. Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove
Licence: CC BY-SA
Caption: Lake and Sea, Jardiniere by James Tissot. 1880-1882
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Type (of Object or Artwork): Jardiniere
Title (of Artwork / Object): Lake and Sea
Creator (of Artwork / Object): James Tissot
Date Created (of Object / Artwork): 1880-1882
Description (Object or Artwork): This jardiniere, designed by James Tissot, has a bronze frame with gilt-bronze mounts. It has copper panels decorated in cloisonne enamel, with scenes of the sea and a lake.

This jardiniere formed part of a group of over twenty pieces of cloisonne enamel exhibited by Tissot at the Dudley Gallery, Picadilly, London in 1882. The complete collection, comprising a large sculpture, vases, jardinieres, trays, teapots, plaques and trial pieces remained unsold and returned with Tissot to Paris later that year. It has been established that Tissot had in his collection a rare Ming gilt and enamel jardiniere which formed the model for this jardiniere, not only in the overall shape but also in the design of the panels.

The jardiniere is used by the museum to illustrate the history of modern design.
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sea
   
Other Keywords: Metalwork, jardiniere, Dudley Gallery, Paris
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Size: 10.17 MB; 5582 x 3721 pixels; 473 x 315 mm (print at 300 DPI); 1477 x 985 mm (screen at 96 DPI);
Orientation: Landscape
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Linked Accession no.: DA300613
Date Created: 20/02/2019 10:17
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