The American studio craft movement—which gained momentum in the postwar period and married a devotion to the handmade and honest materials to a fine arts sensibility—flourished particularly vibrantly in California.
Fifty-one years ago, this publication introduced many readers to the Newcomb Pottery in a short article based on what had been learned to that date about the first decades at the New Orleans ceramics enterprise founded in 1895.
Painter, ceramist, couturier, and bon vivant—introducing the prolific Edith Varian Cockcroft
The colorful earthenware known as faience is an especially appealing category of French ceramics. Beginning this fall, the Frick Collection is exhibiting one of the finest private collections of early faience.
Dining by Design at Winterthur
The fifth installment of our web-only column on ceramics and glass.
The fourth installment of our web-only column on ceramics and glass.
A new installment of our web-only column on ceramics and glass.
The only thing more remarkable than John Bullard’s studio pottery collection is how quickly he became a connoisseur of the field.
A new installment of our web-only column about the worlds of ceramics and glass