Things of Beauty Growing – British Studio pottery: The Fitzwilliam Museum

An exceptional exhibition celebrating all ceramic forms, with a plethora of ceramic artists you should know, and will love. Sadly unable to take photos so excuse the google images.

Official press release is detailed and comprehensive:

http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pressrelease/TBG%20Press%20Release.pdf

batterham

Richard Batterham – bowl 1984

britton

Alison Britton – Outpoor 2012

charles vyse

Charles Vyse & Nell Vyse – bowl 1935

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Ruth Duckworth – coffee set 1958

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Edmund de Wall – A place made fast 2014

flounder

William Newland – floured charger 1948

fry

Roger Fry – tea set 1914

kestrel

Susie Cooper – Kestrel coffee set 1932

lucie rie

Lucie Rie – breakfast set 1950s

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Michael Cardew – rose bowl 1938

murray

Keith Murray coffee set 1935

roman baths

Sam Hayle – roman baths charger 1933-36

Virtues of Unity

Halima Cassell – virtues of unity 2009-17

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Other notable artists:

Nao Matsunaga

William de Morgan

Shoji Hamada

William State Murray

Linthorpe Art Pottery

Christopher Dresser

Ault Pottery

Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie

Norah Braden

Bernard Leach

Ewen Henderson

Gordon Baldwin

Elisabeth Fritsch

Carol McNicoll

Jacqueline Poncelet

Jennifer Lee

Julian Stair

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