Claude Morin, a talented French artist, is recognized as one of the key figures in the revival of Glass Art in France. In the 1970s, he established his workshop in Dieulefit, where he perfected his techniques and developed a distinctive style that is uniquely his own.
It is within this creative momentum that Claude Morin conceived this ensemble of five hand-blown glass vases, showcasing a captivating range of purple hues in various forms. Each piece in this collection is the result of the artist's exceptional craftsmanship, created from tinted glass throughout.
Dimensions vary from approximately 4 inches to 11.4 inches.
Signed "Morin" beneath the base, with some pieces dated between 78 and 82.
Referenced in the book: Claude et Florence Morin, mots et merveilles en verre, Alain Bardin, Éditions Louvre Victoire 2021. A book is offered with the lot.
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