Pécs & Zsolnay Earthenware Photos
Pécs, Hungary is noted for its iridescent Art Nouveau earthenware creations as originated by Nikolaus Zsolnay and his factory.
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|Faience bowl in shape of coiled bowl (c1900) by Nikolaus Zsolnay of Pécs, Hungary at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.||Hungarian Art Nouveau vase (c1900) by Lajos Mack from Zsolnay factory of Pecs at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.||Earthenware vase (1900) by Zsolnay Manuf. of Pécs, Hungary at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.||Earthenware greenish luster parrot (1910) by Zsolnay Factory of Hungary at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.|
|Zsolnay (Rams Head) Fountain (c1912) in Pécs features a fluorescent eosin glaze. Hungary.||Detail of Zsolnay (Rams Head) Fountain in Pécs features. Hungary.|
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