Six Hues of Green by Claude Morin, France circa 1980

REF: 5704

Six Hues of Green by Claude Morin, France circa 1980

REF: 5704


  • Maurice Miot

We love the harmony and softness emanating from this set of five vases created by the talented French artist Claude Morin, recognized as one of the main figures in the revival of Glass Art in France.

Established in the 1970s in Dieulefit, he perfected his techniques and distinctive style there.

This set of flared base vases, made of mouth-blown glass, offers us a beautiful range of blue and green hues, with a delicate and transparent appearance.

Variable height ranging from approximately 2.76 inches to 6.30 inches, with the largest width measuring 7.87 inches.

Signed under each base: Morin, one dated 80.

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.

  • Height 15 cm / 6"
  • Diameter 20 cm / 8"


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  • Year Circa 1980
  • Medium Mouth-blown Glass
  • Country France
  • Condition Good Vintage Condition