Hand Painted Roses

Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14


Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14
Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14

Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14    Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14

It measures about 14" tall and 7 1/2" max width. There's a hairline in base about 3" - 3 1/2" long which doesn't affect the vase integrity. It can be seen inside as well.

If you have any questions or would like more pictures please ask. Thanks for looking, check out my other listings. Born in Bomen, Austria, Franz Bischoff became known as "King of the Rose Painters, " one of the most respected ceramic decorators of his time. He was also a leading Southern California plein-air landscape painter of the early 20th century.

He had early training at a craft school and in 1882 went to Vienna for study in painting and porcelain decoration. He arrived in New York City in 1885 and took a job as a painter in a ceramic factory. Following that, he worked as a ceramic decorator in a variety of places including Pittsburgh; Fostoria, Ohio; and Dearborn, Michigan. In New York and Detroit, he founded the Bischoff School of Ceramic Art and developed the formula for many of his own colored glazes.

In 1900, he first visited California and shortly after settled in Los Angeles. In 1908, he built his studio home with gallery, ceramic workshop, and painting studio, along the Arroyo Seco in South Pasadena. In 1912, he spent extended time in Europe and was influenced both by the Impressionists and the Old Masters.

Living in California, he devoted much time to landscape painting and painted in Monterey, Laguna Beach, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and the desert near Palm Springs. In 1928, he went to Utah and painted in Zion National Park with his friend, John Christopher Smith. By this time, his style was regarded as post-impressionist with expressive use of color and highlighting.

He was a member of the California Art Club and the Laguna Beach Art Association. His ceramics were exhibited at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago and at the 1904 Exposition in St. The item "Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14" is in sale since Monday, August 12, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Vases". The seller is "dw171david" and is located in Higginsville, Missouri.

This item can be shipped to United States.
  1. Primary Material: Ceramic, Porcelain
  2. Age: 1900-1940

Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14    Franz A Bischoff 1906 Hand Painted Roses Vase Willets Belleek 14