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Loetz vase School of Koloman Moser Antoinette Krasnik decor Syrius ca. 1901

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Vase with floral brass mounting, Antoinette Krasnik, Johann Loetz Witwe for E. Bakalowits Vienna, decor Syrius, ca. 1901, glass and brass

  • Height: 12cm, Width: 22cm, Depth: 13cm
  • 1900 to 1901
    Technique: Vase with floral brass mounting, Antoinette Krasnik, Johann Loetz Witwe for E. Bakalowits Vienna, decor Syrius, ca. 1901, glass and brass
    Provenance: Private collection, Texas
    bib.: A. Adlerova, E. Ploil, H. Ricke, T. Vlcek (eds.), Loetz – Böhmisches Glas 1880-1940, vol. II, paper pattern catalogue, Prestel, Munich 1989, paper pattern 85/4020
    6.800,00 VAT inclusive
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    Description

    The form of this elegant vase with floral brass mounting in the Syrius decor by Loetz Witwe was designed by Antoinette Krasnik, a student of Koloman Moser at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts, in 1901. She was one of the most renowned and successful graduates of his class and designed a variety of extraordinary vases for the Loetz company. The Syrius decor is characterized by a color gradient shifting from a greenish-transparent hue to pinkish-purple. This very modern-looking color variation was specifically used on glass designs from the school of Koloman Moser, for example by Jutta Sika, Robert Holubetz or, as here, Antoinette Krasnik. The vase was commissioned by the glass publisher E. Bakalowits. Around 1900, the company cooperated with selected established and upcoming designers from the Viennese art scene.

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    Vase with floral brass mounting Antoinette Krasnik Johann Loetz Witwe for E. Bakalowits Vienna decor Syrius ca. 1901
    Loetz vase School of Koloman Moser Antoinette Krasnik decor Syrius ca. 1901

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