Edouard Cazaux
Cauneille (Landes) 1889 / Paris 1974 (Ec.Fr.) - Sculptor, and one of the most important Art Deco French Potters. Studies at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris and the Ecole de Sèvres. He has collaborated with the Potters: Lachenal, and Jean Mayodon. He began as a Sculptor, but since 1929 he works in Ceramics. The production of Cazaux, stands out for enamels obtained with inlaid copper, and processing of the original oxides, in the decorations with vibrant colors, and run a Mano. First influenced by classical Greek Sculpture, and later attracted by Cubism, then developed in his own style. Exponent of the "Stele and Evolution Group" and a great collaborator of Pierre Le Faguays. After 1921, has exposed the Sculpture and Ceramics at the Salon des Indépendant, the Salon de la Nationale and the Salon des Tuileries. For the Pavilion "Landais" at the Universal Exposition in Paris in 1937, has created a monumental fountain in Ceramics. His works are exhibited at the Musée des Arts in Paris Decoratif.

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