Pablo Picasso - Ceramics of the 1940's - 60's

Large Vase

"Grande Vase (in terra-cotta)"


Vase with Face

Picasso first visited the Madoura pottery studio in Vallauris in the South of France in 1946.
He returned every year thereafter, making over 3,500 vases, plates, pitchers and other forms,
hundreds of which were turned into edition pieces.

Edition Picasso ceramics were made in multiples from 25 to 500. ceramics.htm

Vase with Figure

undated Picasso Ceramic

Vase with Face



Terre de Pitcher (Alain Ramie 611)

Edition Size: 1/500 to 500/500

Height: 12 3/8"

Partially Glazed, Painted in Red, Green, Blue and White

Numbered 310/500 with the Madoura Pottery Stamp


Black Terre Pitcher

Edition Size: 1/100 to 100/100

Dimensions: 14" x 8"

Incised: "Edition Picasso 55/100 Madoura"

Vase with Face

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