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Marie-Berthe Cazin (born 16 August 1872 in Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais)); died 1 June 1971 in Sèvres (Hauts-de-Seine)) was a French woman painter, potter, goldsmith.


Biography

Marie-Berthe Cazin (née Yvart) was married to Jean-Marie Michel Cazin,[1][2] and studied with his father, Jean Charles Cazin.[3] She produced mostly decorative works, such as vases and plates, working in ceramic, hammered copper and silver, leather, horn and other.

It is believed that she worked alongside Jean-Michel throughout his entire career in ceramics and that many of the vases signed Jean-Michel were actually made by Berthe.[4] At some point she began to sign her ceramic work, which typically feature incised and relief floral decoration.

In 1913 she participated in the exposition with Henriette Tirman in Lyceum-Club.[5]
References

Jean-Michel Cazin jasonjacques.com
Gazette des beaux-arts 1920; Michel Cazin (1869-1917) bnf.fr
Bénézit, 2006: CAZIN, Marie Berthe (1872-1971) oxfordindex.oup.com
"Berthe Cazin", jasonjacques.com

'L'Art et les artistes: revue mensuelle d'art ancien et moderne...' 1912-1913, bnf.fr

Notes

Bénézit, 1999: CAZIN, Marie Berthe (1872-1971)

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