Innovative Delftware In A Long Plate Collection by Maxime Ansiau
Dutch artist Maxime Ansiau imagined a set of plates that combine well-known Netherlands porcelain and a unique view of how several plates can be combined into a long one. By conjoining several plates together, the artist created interesting long plates, on which skyscraper images throne among clouds. The Amsterdam-based designer created this collection of blue and white delftware showcase beautiful castles and windmills, stretches of water and repetition in a delightful pattern. These traditional painted ceramic plates depict an interpretation of the classic dutch landscape, surrounded by decorative margins. Country homes are portrayed in an interesting repetition, growing longer and longer to elongate the dish itself. These Plates by Maxime Ansiau can easily adorn a dinner party or even walls.