The remaining objects from the important Hans & Inge Fuchs collection have been greatly reduced in price.

This collection has numbers starting with HF as the search term. 




Announcement:  Mardochée Franco a.o., Claire Debril, The clay unveiled, bilingual monography (FR/EN), May 2020, editor Snoeck Belgium.

Claire Debril (1927 -) is a recognized French ceramist who began her activity in 1962 in the workshop of Bernard Soleil. She resides in Gien from 1970 to 1974 where she made exceptional pieces. Her works have been exhibited in many museums, including Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris and the Museum of Ceramics in Sèvres, etc.



Barbara Nanning is a important Dutch artist in clay and glass, later she is dedicated to glass. In 1979 she studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, at the same time as Geert Lap and Babs Haenen, with whom she forms the core of a new generation of Dutch ceramists with international fame. In 1994 - at the invitation of the National Glass Museum and glass factory Royal Leerdam - Nanning is experimenting for the first time with glass, one for her until then unknown and distant material. Her first sculptures gives it shape by sawing...