all Hanging relief depicting running Diana the Huntress in persia glaze. A fragile item in excellent condition. Signed: Raised Michael Andersen monogramme. Size: 12 x 10 inches (30 x 25 cm)
The terracotta, faience, and stoneware factory Michael Andersen was established in 1890, when Jens Michael Andersen took over an existing workshop in the city Ronne on the Danish island of Bornholm, where many well-known ceramic enterprises are located. Jens Michael Andersen was trained as a ceramicist at another known company on Bornholm, L. Hjorth, where he worked for many years. Throughout the years, Michael Andersen mainly produced decorative items, and only to a lesser degree housewares.
It was especially the family's eldest son, Daniel Andersen, who left his mark on the production. He sought inspiration by staying in what is now called the Czech Republic, and later in Vienna. Daniel Andersen developed the Persia technique, a new glaze which received the gold medal at the World Exhibition in
Art Deco Wall Hanging, Michael Andersen, Denmark