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Magdalene Odundo

Magdalene Anyango N. Odundo, Reduced Angled Spouted Black Piece, Ceramic, 17 ½ x 11 ¼ x 11 ¼ in.

Magdalene Odundo, (born 1950)  ceramic vessel, 2000

Magdalene Odundo, (born 1950) ceramic vessel, 2000

Alain Valtat céramiste Auxerre

Alain Valtat céramiste Auxerre

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Magdalene Odundo, Vessel Series III, no. red clay, carbonized and multi-fired. Courtesy of Anthony Slayter-Ralph.

Magdalene Odundo (1950; Kenya;Britain)  (11/7/2014 - Modern Ceramics and 20th Century Art)

View Black Flared Rim Vessel by Magdalene Odundo on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Magdalene Odundo.

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copper matte raku by Tim Betts at the Raku Garden in Povlja. Colour, shape, design, 'fantastic-ness' rating, top of the scale!

Quest For Contentment: Pottery: Contemporary, Japanese, Interesting Forms, and Other Vessels Of Inspiration

Bulbous Vase with Crater Galactic PlumGlazes / Paula Camenzind // Toby's Attic. This artist uses texture (through carved holes) to give the piece a more natural, almost earth-made appearance.

--Magdalene Odundo--  "Untitled"  2001  polished and carbonised terracotta  23 1/2 in high/56.7 cm

Lady Magdalene Odundo aka Magdalene Anyango Namakhiya Odundo Country: Kenya Style: Pottery Medium: Burnished and carbonized terracotta Fun Fact: Only Kenyan to receive an OBE from the Queen of.

Terracotta beak-spouted jug  Geometric, ca. 750–690 B.C. Late Villanovan, Terracotta, The distinctive beak-spout of this jug indicates that it is a local imitation of a type imported to Italy from the Eastern Mediterranean with increasing frequency into the seventh century B.C. This particular type, with split handle and modeled ribs, was especially popular in Bisenzio, during the transition between Villanovan and Early Etruscan culture.

heracliteanfire: “ Terracotta beak-spouted jug, ca. ‘This particular type, with split handle and modeled ribs, was especially popular in Bisenzio, during the transition between Villanovan and Early Etruscan culture.

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