Assessing Early Newcomb Pottery

Joseph Cunningham Art

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.

The Connoisseur’s Eye: Grueby vases

Editorial Staff Exhibitions

Connoisseurship of the vessels produced by the Grueby Faience Company and the Grueby Pottery has been surprisingly slow to develop over the past forty years, during which time collections, exhibitions, and scholarly publications have featured them as exemplars of the American art pottery movement. As early as 1900 Keramic Studio noted that “no collection would be perfect without a piece …

Recommended this week

Editorial Staff Art

On August 15 & 16 Northeast Auctions will host its annual Marine, China Trade & Sporting Art auction, including English pottery from the collection of Bob Treitelman. See all 1,152 lots here. Peggy Cooper Cafritz spoke to the New York Times about the loss of her African-American and African art collection after her Washington, DC home was destroyed by fire …