Marianne Høst

A Private Collection of Danish Porcelain

Focus on Uniques of the Art Nouveau

Marianne Høst

 

Marianne Mathea Høst was a painter. she was born 03.06.1865 in Thisted, died 14/11/1943 at Saunte in Copenhagen.Her parents were book trader and bookbinder Rudolph Høst and Anne Sophie Schou.

 

Marianne Høst was one of Arnold Krog's first employees at underglaze painting at the Royal. Porcelain, where she completed numerous unicas. She also worked in paralell on oil paintings. Her subjects include landscapes, interiors and genre motifs. These were at that time very popular motifs similar to those she worked with as a porcelain painter. She proved to have a very special skills and a good sense of color.

She was educated at the Drawing and Applied Art School. for Women in 1883 by Marie Luplau and Emilie Mundt Malersk. Then further at the Royal Porcelain Kunstakademy in February 1890 (Viggo Johansen). She painted at the Royal Copenhagen factory from 1885 on until 1904. In 1907-1909 also in Meissen.

 

Main information source: Kunstindex Danmark & Weilbachs Kunstnerleksikon

 

Butterfly and leaves Vase
Butterfly and leaves Vase
Flamingo Vase

Artist: Marianne Høst

Date of Production: September 1892

Unique Number: 3589

Height: 43,5 cm

Diameter: 28 cm

Motif: Art Nouveau styled vase with pink

flamingos

Remarks:

Grape Vase
Grape Vase
Flower Plate with bugs by Marianne Host
Flower Plate with bugs by Marianne Host
Duckling Tray
Butterfly and leaves Vase

Artist: Marianne Høst

Date of Production: July 1887

Unique Number: none

Height: 22,5 cm

Diameter: 12 cm

Motif: Butterfly Vase with green and golden

leaves

Remarks: Typical colors in green and gold trim for

this time. Marianne´s blue painter

number 46 was used for this early piece

Flamingo Vase
Flamingo Vase
Grape Vase

Artist: Marianne Høst

Date of Production: December 1887

Unique Number: none

Height: 19,5 cm

Diameter: 13,5 cm

Motif: Wine grapes Vase with blue and golden

leaves and grapes. Bottom ring with

butterflies

Remarks: Typical colors in blue and gold trim for

this time. Marianne´s blue painter

number 46 was used for this early piece

Flower Plate with bugs by Marianne Host

Artist: Marianne Høst

Date of Production: February 1889

Unique Number: 1071

Height: 3 cm

Diameter: 30 cm

Motif: Withe and blue blossoms with golden

rims. Golden bugs on green leaves

Remarks: Typical colors in blue and gold trim for

this time. Low unique number for this

early piece

Duckling Tray

Artist: Marianne Høst

Date of Production: January 1903

Unique Number: 8447

Height: 2 cm

Depth: 21 cm

Width: 28 cm

Motif: Ducklings

Remarks: none

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