Frederik August Hallin

A Private Collection of Danish Porcelain

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Frederik August Hallin

 

Frederik August Hallin (26.6.1865 Stockholm - 25.3.1947 Kopenhagen) started his career after his education at the Technical School for Artists in Copenhagen in the Alumina factory. He moved to Royal Copenhagen Porcelain factory to work for Frederik Liisberg and soon began to also create and decorate unique porcelain vases and chargers. He was seen as most talented successor of Arnold Krog. After 10 years he left Royal Copenhagen to join the competitor Bing&Gröndahl. In the first year there he designed the first Christmas plate worldwide - "Behind the frozen Window". The series was a big success for Bing&Gröndahl. For some time in the beginning he was directing the activities of the Crystaline Glaze Department. He retired in 1935.

 

Main information source: Kunstindex Danmark & Weilbachs Kunstnerleksikon

Crystalline Glazed Vase
Crystalline Glazed Vase
Mountain Cocks Vase
Mountain Cocks  Vase
Mountain Cocks Vase
Crystalline Glazed Vase

Artist: August Hallin

Date of Production: 1898-1899

Unique Number: none

Height: 27,5 cm

Diameter: 14 cm

Motif: Crystalline Glazed Vase

Remarks:

Mountain Cocks Vase

Artist: August Hallin

Date of Production: 1897

Unique Number: 51 (4C)

Height: 32,5 cm

Diameter: 36 cm

Motif: Mountain cock planter

Remarks: Planter was exhibited

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