Jason Jacques Gallery

Stand:   604

European Art Nouveau and Japonist Fine Art Pottery

29 East 73rd Street
New York, New York 10021
United States
T  +1 212.535.7500

Gallery Information

  • Julianna Vezzetti
  • Jason Jacques Contact Person
  • Maldonado Alex Gallery Manager, Contact Person

Artists Exhibited at the fair:

  • Katsuyo Aoki

    Katsuyo Aoki

    Biography : Born in Tokyo in 1972, Katsuyo Aoki is best known for her ceramic sculptures that apply delicate, swirling forms to dark subject matter. Aoki trained rst as a painter before taking up ceramics as her primary medium, though she sometimes creates abstracted images on her ceramic surfaces using glazes in monochromatic palettes. Aoki is best known for her works in relief or in the round, and an ornate style that draws from a range of decorative styles. Her works often look radically different from varying perspectives. Frequently used motifs and forms include the skull, the crown, and dismembered parts of animals—allusions to historic narratives and mythologies. Her incredibly detailed works have been shown across Japan in a number of solo exhibitions, and in several international group exhibitions across the world, such as in the Museum of Arts and Design in New York and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. She has received a BFA in Painting and an MFA in Ceramics from Tama Art University in Tokyo. Artist's Objects:
  • Alfred Daguet

    Alfred Daguet

    Biography : Alfred-Louis-Achille Daguet was a metalsmith who specialized in repoussé copper panels made for application to hinged boxes, mantel clocks, picture frames, album covers, and elements of desk sets. His delicately rendered images of flowers, birds, sea creatures, bats, and an occasional gorilla were enriched with colorful cabochons, giving them a medieval appearance. Daguet, whose workshop was located above Siegfried Bing's famed boutique L'Art Nouveau, provided Bing's shop with metal-clad objets d'art. Famed actress Sarah Bernhardt owned pieces designed by Daguet. His work was exhibited at La Société des Artistes Français in 1903 and 1904. Artist's Objects:
  • Emile Decoeur

    Emile Decoeur

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  • George Hoentschel

    George Hoentschel

    Biography : Georges Hoentschel was an interior designer with an elite international following. He engaged sculptor Jean Carriès to create Japonist ceramics for his more advanced clients. Work done by Emile Grittel and others under Hoentschel's name was noted for gold glaze effects and the frequent use of metal mounts. Much of the inspiration was drawn from floral forms. Hoentschel's talent and taste were officially confirmed when he was commissioned to design and oversee the decoration of the pavilion of the Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1900. Exhibition : Exposition Universelle, Paris 1900
  • Paul Legrand for Boucheron

    Paul Legrand for Boucheron

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  • Gareth Mason

    Gareth Mason

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  • Kim Simonsson

    Kim Simonsson

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