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Bowl of ceramics, Rolf Hansen-Norway 1950`s

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Rolf Hansen (1922-2004) ceramic bowl in chamotteceramics. Tin glaze and typical Norwegian rose painting decor. Produced at Kongsberg Keramikk, Norway, early 1950s. Signed. Measure: 17 cmLx17 cmWx4.5 cmH.

Rolf Hansen was a Norwegian ceramist. From 1947 he attended Kongsberg Keramikk until his death in 2004. Rolf Hansens works make people feel easy to mind, and motives of roosters and bulls were closest to his trademark.
The source of inspiration for Rolf Hansen was Pablo Picasso. In 1949 he was in Vallauris in France and became acquainted with Picasso's pottery, and in the early 1950s Rolf Hansen made dishes and jars with abstract decor in his spirit. Rolf Hansen was one of Norway’s most popular ceramics.


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Rolf Hansen (1922-2004) ceramic bowl in chamotteceramics. Tin glaze and typical Norwegian rose painting decor. Produced at Kongsberg Keramikk, Norway, early 1950s. Signed. Measure: 17 cmLx17 cmWx4.5 cmH.

Rolf Hansen was a Norwegian ceramist. From 1947 he attended Kongsberg Keramikk until his death in 2004. Rolf Hansens works make people feel easy to mind, and motives of roosters and bulls were closest to his trademark.
The source of inspiration for Rolf Hansen was Pablo Picasso. In 1949 he was in Vallauris in France and became acquainted with Picasso's pottery, and in the early 1950s Rolf Hansen made dishes and jars with abstract decor in his spirit. Rolf Hansen was one of Norway’s most popular ceramics.