Plate with Rose

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Object Name: 
Plate with Rose
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Overall H: 4.5 cm, Diam (max): 23.5 cm
On Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mlle. Florence Marinot
Web Description: 
Maurice Marinot (1882–1960) studied painting at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and he exhibited regularly at the Salon d’Automne and the Salon des Indépendants from 1905 to 1913. Near his home in Troyes was a glass factory owned by his friends Eugène and Gabriel Viard. During a visit to that factory, Marinot was introduced to glassworking. He was intrigued by the molten material, and he exhibited his first work in glass, along with his paintings, in 1911. From 1913 until 1937, Marinot worked at the Viards’ factory, located in the town of Bar-sur-Seine.
Marinot, Florence, Source
Primary Description: 
Transparent pale blue bubbly glass; blown. Rounded rim tapers to base; two-tone cobalt blue enameled band with "zig-zag" design encircles inner rim; three symmetrically arranged cobalt blue enameled trefoil-point protrusions with pink enameled palmette-like ends extend toward centrally located stylized pink enameled rose encircled by stylized cobalt blue enameled rose leaves; marked on inner rim below enameled band in blue enamel: "Marinot".
Corning Museum of Glass 2002-03-21 through 2002-09-23
French Art Glass
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 1975-04-01 through 1975-05-18
Maurice Marinot Artisan Verrier (2013) illustrated, p. 255, #108; BIB# 128803