Alexandre BIGOT

Alexandre BIGOT

 

1862 born in Mer, France

- study of chemistry (doctorate)

1889 admiration of the East Asian ceramic at the World Fair in Paris 

- autodidactic learning of the ceramic production

- over the years Bigot built up a reputation as an architectural ceramist     

1900 World Fair in Paris: the animal frieze (design by sculptor

Paul Jouve) decorates Porte Monumentale

1914 the company of Bigot is closed for economic reasons

1927 died in Paris, France

 

Source: Beeh, Wolfgang: Europäische Keramik, 1880-1930, Sammlung Silzer, Darmstadt 1986, p. 66.


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Alexandre BIGOT (* 1862, † 1927) – Little Jug

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