Wilderness-Sweet William illustration on archival paper.
Turquoise, Set of 30
sea urchin held up to light
Margrethe Dybdahl (1916-1999) was educated at Rostrup-Boyesens Art School 1934-36 and at the School of Design 1937-38. She worked together with her husband Palle Dybdahl (1918-2001) in their workshops in the town of Allerød. Margrethe decorated the stoneware pottery Palle made. They made articles for every day use including bowls, dishes, and decorative things like eggs and birds. Margrethe and Palle also established the association of the potters of Northsealand.
Margrethe Dybdahl 1960s