Molly Hatch, Carlton House, USA, 2017
In Carlton House, Molly Hatch continues her historically-inspired contemporary repertoire while bridging the gap decorative and fine art. The installation deconstructs a detail of Georges-Louis Le Rouge’s Jardin Anglo-Chinois; Details des Nouveaux Jardins a la Mode, 1770-87 over a pattern of 25 hand-painted plates, the glazed surfaces collectively become a fragmented canvas for Hatch’s delicate, painterly re-rendering.
In the past decade, the name Molly Hatch has become synonymous with contemporary ceramics. Hatch’s ceramic installations, inspired by historical decoration, have been exhibited and collected all over the world and garnered her a loyal and fervent following. Todd Merrill Studio has represented Hatch since 2013.
As Hatch works on a commission basis, custom works may be requested.
Source: Georges-Louis Le Rouge “Jardin Anglo-Chinois; Details des Nouveaux Jardins a la Mode“, 1770-87
Medium: 25 Hand-Painted Earthenware Plates with Underglaze and Glaze
Dimensions: 50” W x 50” H x 1.5” D, 127 W x 127 H x 3.81 D cm
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