A Margrit Linck figural studio pottery squat vase on pedestal (6 inches tall). The form is quite avant garde for its genre and can be seen as a precursor to the forms later seen in the post-modern era. A fine example of Margrit Linck's work whereby she reduced her interpretation of modern pottery to its bare essence, the form. The all white glaze allows the viewer not to be distracted and to focus on what Linck thought to be the most important part of pottery, the form. The vase is in general good condition with crazing.
This vase was produced by her heirs and atelier postmortem and has the later signature, 'Linck' inside of a fish form.