artists


Gordon Baldwin

(British, 1932 - Present)
Gordon Baldwin Gordon Baldwin Gordon Baldwin

Gordon Baldwin OBE is an influential English studio potter. He studied at the Lincoln School of Art and the Central School of Art and Design and was teacher of Ceramics and Sculpture at Eton College

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Richard Batterham

(British, 1936-present)
Richard Batterham Richard Batterham

Richard Batterham is one of the finest potters to have trained with Bernard Leach in St Ives.  His stoneware domestic works are instantly recognisable, with the refined shapes and rich glazing of which he has become best known.

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Norah Braden

(British, 1901-2001)
Norah Braden Norah Braden

She was a very serious potter and applied rigorous standards to her work. Her pots have been exhibited widely, and some were acquired for national collections in the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Fitzwilliam Museum, York City Art Gallery and Kettles Yard, Cambridge.

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Alison Britton

(British, b. 1948)
Alison Britton Alison Britton

After a Foundation Course at Leeds College of Art in 1966, Britton Studied ceramics at Central School of Art, London from 1967-79 followed by three years at the Royal College of Art, London.

 

 

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Alan Caiger-Smith

(British, b.1930)
Alan Caiger-Smith Alan Caiger-Smith Alan Caiger-Smith Alan Caiger-Smith

There are currently a number of spectacular works available for sale from Caiger-Smith's last ever firing before his retirement in 2006.

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Michael Cardew

(British, 1901-1983)
Michael Cardew Michael Cardew Michael Cardew Michael Cardew

An influential and pioneering British ceramicist who assisted in the revival of the old slipware pottery.

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Claudi Casanovas

(Spanish, 1956-present)
Claudi Casanovas Claudi Casanovas Claudi Casanovas

One of the world's most acclaimed ceramic artists, with exhibitions in museums and galleries worldwide.

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Claude Champy

(French, 1944-present)
Claude Champy Claude Champy

A French ceramist, he received the Grand Prix of the Suntory Museum of Art. At that time he formed links with Japanese ceramists and also created Raku ware. His works are part of the Charles-Adrien Buéno's collection.

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Joanna Constantinidis

(British, 1927-2000)
Joanna Constantinidis Joanna Constantinidis

Constantinidis was considered a radical potter who became re-inspired by the wheel and helped to reinvent the 'thrown' vessel by folding and cutting to make unexpected rhythms.

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Hans Coper

(German/British, 1920-1981)
Hans Coper Hans Coper Hans Coper Hans Coper

Arguably the most important post-war potter, Hans pioneered the concept of ‘hand-built’ ceramics with his wheel-thrown and reconstructed composite sculptural works.

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