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Limoges enamel platter with mythological decoration- possibly Renaissance

Limoges enamel platter with mythological decoration- possibly Renaissance

Pierre Reymond (1513-1584), french enamel painter, was at the head of a large workshop in Limoges. The products of his workshop bear his initials but are not necessarily his work. He specializes in dishes (cups, ewers, plates, dishes, etc.) decorated with mythological scenes, usually in grisaille on a dark blue background.

Pierre Reymond (1513-1584), french enamel painter, was at the head of a large workshop in Limoges. The products of his workshop bear his initials but are not necessarily his work. He specializes in dishes (cups, ewers, plates, dishes, etc.) decorated with mythological scenes, usually in grisaille on a dark blue background.

Atelier de Pierre Reymond, Noli me tangere, Limoges, XVIe siècle ...

Atelier de Pierre Reymond, Noli me tangere, Limoges, XVIe siècle .

Aiguière  «Joseph reçoit l'intendance d'Égypte»  Entourage de Pierre Reymond  Limoges, seconde moitié du XVIe siècle

Aiguière «Joseph reçoit l'intendance d'Égypte» Entourage de Pierre Reymond Limoges, seconde moitié du XVIe siècle

Pierre Reymond | The Wedding Feast of Cupid and Psyche | French, Limoges | The Met

Enameling is a technique whereby a vitreous substance, often containing pigment, is fused with metal to produce a glossy surface. Limoges became a center for enameling as early as the twelfth century, when the art flourished in monastic workshops

Le mois de sep­tem­bre, les ven­dan­ges, Pierre Reymond, Limoges, 1561 © Les Arts Décoratifs

Le mois de sep­tem­bre, les ven­dan­ges, Pierre Reymond, Limoges, 1561 © Les Arts Décoratifs

Casket with the Triumph of Diana,    Limoges, France, about 1550, Pierre Reymond (about 1513–after 1584), Grisaille enamel on copper and gilded metal.   Taft Museum

Casket with the Triumph of Diana, Limoges, France, about Pierre Reymond (about Grisaille enamel on copper and gilded metal.

Saltcellar (one of a pair) Attributed to Pierre Reymond  (born 1513, working 1537, died after 1584) Date: ca. 1540–45 Culture: French, Limoges Medium: Painted enamel on copper, partly gilt Dimensions: H. 2 in. (5.1 cm); W. 2 1/2 in. (6.4 cm.) Classification: Enamels

Saltcellar (one of a pair) Attributed to Pierre Reymond (born working died after Date: ca. Culture: French, Limoges Medium: Painted enamel on copper, partly gilt Dimensions: H.

Salier "The triumph of Bacchus", Pierre Reymond, Limoges, 1545-1555 Inv. 2006.5.1 © Les Arts Décoratifs / photo: jean Tholance

Salier "The triumph of Bacchus", Pierre Reymond, Limoges, Inv.

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