Matisse Flower Vase with Two Handles Miniature Porcelain Teapot 3.75HPN# 9011
Reviving the 17th-century English tradition of painting on enamel, this miniature teapot has a reproduction of Henri Matisse's Flower Vase with Two Handles (A Bunch of Flowers) on Table Painting 1907. It is a still life study of the vase at the edge of a red table in a brightly colored interior room, domestic scene. The vase has blue details suggestive of asian style details and holds a large bouquet of flowers. The teapot adaptation has a blue background with pink and yellow flower buds on a red table. Henri Matisse is associated with the post-expressionist art movement of the early 20th century. He used bold bright colors, heavy outlines, and a flattened approach to painting the subjects. His artwork has a joy of life feeling often on large canvases.
For the past few years, these highly collectible teapots have captured the hearts of collectors for their adorable hand painted and glazed details. They are signed as part of the Kelvin Chen collection of mini teapots. They pay tribute to masterpiece artists from the 19th and 20th century.
Made from porcelain, hand painted enamel on all sides, hinged lid, decorative use only, approx. 3.5 inches H x 4.75 inches long (handle to end of spout) x 1.75 inches D. Weighs 0.4 lbs. (PN 9011)
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