As a secret, reserved and discret man, ceramic and enamel are his way of exppression
At the beginning of the 1960’s, Dan Sabatay produces his first works as ceramicist by making some round plates, vases and pots endowed with pure shapes and dense, generous matter. The use of crackled enamel allows for vibrancy of colour and depth, and its monotony is surpassed through the superimposition of oxydes that help decorate and give a special patina to the object.
His visits to historical, small and large Mediterranean cities and to museums displaying antique pottery, together with his frequent stays in Italy, will all make a strong impression on him. The Côte d’Azur too will be a place he travels to and which, through its colours, will permeate him and consequently reappear in his ceramic works.
PLATES & OBJECTS
COMPLETE CHESS GAME IN CERAMICS
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