13 June 2008
JULIETTE DEREL (b. 1918)
Four Glazed Ceramic Mirrors, 1950s
each approximately 1¼ in. (3.2 cm.) deep, 4 in. (10.2 cm.) square (4)
Acquired by the present owners directly from the collection of Juliette Derel.
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In the 1950s Juliette Derel worked in Vallarius with her husband, the famous potter Jean Rivier. After their separation she continued her work on her own and participated in many solo and group exhibitions.
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