Lajos Mack Zsolnay Pan Figure Art Nouveau(769 views)
Description: Item # 5364. A Secession era Pan Form 'lamp'. Form # 6236 dating this form 1901. Size: 10.1" x 8.7" x 5". This form was modeled by Lajos Mack and was first exhibited in Darmstadt in 1901. The glaze is a pale slightly streaked green with ochre undertones. Hard to photograph: the overall color of this piece is light green with the Pan figure slightly lighter than the rock. We have had this form a few times over the years and this one seems to be more crisp showing details, especially the muscles of the pan figure. The form was created to be a either a lamp or just a figure: not everyone had electricity. This example does not have the acorn mark for Lajos Mack. This may be a singular example of the Pan Lamp form that is not a lamp. We know of no other such example. Round raised Zsolnay Factory mark and incised form number 6236. Condition: interior under edge base flake.
Condition Report: As notated in description
Dimensions: 10.1" tall
Artist or Maker: Lajos Mack
Literature: Form pictured in"Zsolnay Szecesszios Keramiak" by Eva Csenkey Page 57 - Plate 60."Zsolnay Art Pottery: the Gyugyi Collection" Plate 507.
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