MONUMENTAL JIRI GEORGES LAUDA TABLE LAMP PRODUCED BY PAUL TANNIER FOR THE NORWOOD COMPANY OF MONTREAL, CANADA
Jiri Georges Lauda was born in 1925 in Prague. He studies at the Prague Museum of Fine Arts. After a brief episode in Paris, he moved to Montreal in 1951 and studied to become a teacher. The practical and theoretical training he received in his native country gave Georges Lauda basic knowledge with which he could experiment and find his true path. This multidisciplinary artist also did engravings, sculptures, illustrations, murals, creative designs and worked with ceramics. He shared a studio with ceramist Paul Pannier.
Stunning and rare monumental lava studio pottery lamp designed by Jiri Georges Lauda and produced by noted ceramicist Paul Pannier for Norwood Company of Montreal, Canada.