"Opera" pottery beaker by Bjørn Wiinblad (1918-2006), was a Danish painter, designer and artist in ceramics, silver, bronze, textiles, and graphics...
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Rupert J. Deese stoneware ceramic vase Second half 20th century, signed 'RD' (Rupert J. Deese 1924 - 2010, Claremont, CA) and with handwritten paper label ''Rupert Deese'', with further handwritten label ''84-19'', the circular rim over short neck on a pear-shaped body, decorated with vertical stripes of blue-green on a grey ground, 7.5'' H x 5.75'' Dia stonewar ceram, half 20th, second half, ceram vase, 20th centuri
A Rupert J. Deese stoneware ceramic vase : Lot 1073
149 sullivan street
Gertrud Vasegaard (1913-2007) was a third-generation Danish potter. She lived and breathed ceramics until her death at 94. Vasegaard was little known outside of Denmark, but for one exhibition of her work in the UK in 2011. The above quote is from a review of that show. The repetition, lines and dynamic simplicity that can be attributed to her work can also be said of her classic style. danish pottery, googl zoeken, gertrude vasegaard, con googl, danish ceramics, gertrud vasegaard, vasegaard 19132007, potteri
Gertrud Vasegaard (1913-2007) was a third-generation Danish potter. Her life was devoted to ceramics until her death at 94. Vasegaard was little known outside of Denmark, but for one exhibition of her work in the UK in 2011. Repetition, lines and dynamic simplicity are classic attributes of her work