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Lisa Larson Gustavsberg Turn of the Century Victoria

Lisa Larson Gustavsberg Turn of the Century Victoria

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A ceramic statue from the series "Turn of the Century" designed by Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg in 1975. This work expresses how people's appearance changed around the 20th century by entrusting it to children's clothing. This Victoria statue depicts a woman in 20th century women's clothing. It is the tallest statue in the series and is a ceramic statue with a height of 20 cm.

In the Turn of the Century series, ceramic statues of Anna Julia Oscar and Victoria Sigrid Gustav were created.

At the time this work was created, Lisa Larson was enthusiastically researching materials for ceramic statues. Made with a new manufacturing method. The companion Anna Julia Oscar was made using a traditional method called stoneware. The clothes are also drawn differently in the 19th century and the 20th century, and this Victoria statue is an image of a 20th century woman.

■ Detailed specifications

Manufacturer: Gustavsberg / Gustavsberg Designer: Lisa Larson / Lisa Larson Series name: Sekelskifte / Turn of the Century
Title: Victoria Age: 1975-1985 Country of Origin: Sweden
Condition: ★★★★★ (5: Complete)
It is in perfect condition with no cracks, chips, or intrusions, and the original seal is still intact. There is a black spot on the back of the brim during manufacturing.

■ size

Height 20 cm Width 10 cm

Lisa Larson

lisa larson

Lisa Larson (1931-2024)

A world-renowned ceramic artist representing Sweden. Born in the village of Härlunda, in the Älmhult district of Kronoberg county in the Småland region of southern Sweden.

When she was young, she aspired to be a clothing designer, but after enrolling at Gothenburg University of the Arts, she studied ceramics. One day, he was discovered by Stig Lindberg at a competition, and after a one-year trial period, he officially joined Gustavsberg as a designer. Shortly after, in 1955, he announced the Lilla zoo series, and in 1964 he devised the Afrika series, famous for its lion statues.

In addition to Gustavsberg, Lisa Larsson has also provided designs for Höganäs, domestic retail giant Åhléns, and German pottery manufacturer Rosenthal. After leaving Gustavsberg in 1979, he was active in various fields while continuing his creative activities freely, taking the position of a freelance artist under a voluntary contract with a company rather than an exclusive contract. In 1979 and 1981, he held solo exhibitions at the Seibu Department Store in Tokyo, and his solo exhibition in 1981 is said to have attracted 70,000 visitors.

Click here for a list of Lisa Larson's works♪

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