Clay based products produced from non-metallic material and fired at high temperature.
. Mar 2, 2014 - 13th October 1987, Studio Pottery, Elizabeth Fritsch, British First Day Cover.
The stoneware are biscuit fired and often re-fired a number of times. But later she took up ceramics under Hans Coper and Eduardo Paolozzi at the Royal College of Art from 1968 to 1971. Her distinctive flattened almost two dimension stoneware works are coil built and carefully smoothed with geometric patterns hand painted in slips dancing like musical notation.
. A buff, gray or brown clay is mixed with other clays and ceramic materials to make a heavy, opaque, highly plastic clay body that is fired at a high temperature - above 1200ºC.
Her innovative hand built and painted pots are often influenced by ideas from music, painting, literature, landscape and architecture.
high. As the first of a group of women, known as the ‘RCA’ group, to graduate from the Royal College of Art in the 1970’s.
Her innovative hand built and painted pots are often influenced by ideas from music, painting, literature, landscape and architecture. .
Elizabeth Fritsch, 'Optical Pot', stoneware, height 311mm, width 232mm, 1980.
Dynamic Structures - Painted Vessels. Metaphysical Vessels. .
A major retrospective of her ceramics was held at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff in 2010, which featured some of her most significant pottery produced over many years paired with her more. Provenance: Elizabeth Fritsch/York Museums Trust; Type: ceramic; Rights: York Museums Trust; External Link: York Museums Trust; Medium: stoneware, slip glaze; school/style:. . Elizabeth Fritsch CBE MA (RCA) (born 1940) is a British studio potter and ceramic artist. pale blue, black, lavender and orange geometric design, the interior covered in a pale blue glaze, circa 1978 - 24.
. Lot 179.
She uses fine technically proficient hand built coiling techniques; architectural ceramic form, optical effects and surface.
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