artists


Magdalene Odundo

(Kenyan/British, b.1950)
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Odundo is best-known for merging ancient processes and techniques to that of the modern world.

 

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Colin Pearson

(British, 1923-2007)
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Often considered one of the most creatively charismatic potters of the post-war period, famed for his ‘winged’ pieces.

 

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Lucie Rie

(Austrian/British, 1902-1995)
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Rie was one of the most important potters of the post-war period.

 

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Rupert Spira

(British, b.1960)
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Spira is internationally recognised and his work can be found throughout Britain, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, as well as the Sainsbury Collection.

 

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Edmund de Waal

(British, b.1964)
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John Ward

(British, b. 1938)
John Ward

Ward is one of Britain's best known and widely exhibited potters, and his pieces are of much interest to serious collectors, becoming renowned for his striking two-toned coloured vessels.

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