Ceramics -- New York (State) -- Rochester -- 20th century
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Ceramic vessel from Alec Hazlett. Hazlett graduated with degrees in ceramics from RIT in 1971 and 1972. The collection includes a ceramic piece from his work.
A set of five videotapes documenting demonstrations and lectures at RIT's School for American Crafts Ceramic program in November 1979 by British potter, David Leach, son of famous potter Bernard Leach.
Frans Wildenhain artwork consists of ceramic pieces, a mural, and an oil painting. Wildenhain was on the faculty in the School for American Crafts at RIT from 1950-1970.
The collection is a nine inch brown clay statuette of a madonna type figure. It was sculpted by RIT School for American Craftsmen professor Frans Wildenhain, and given to the donor.
Hobart Cowles lidded jar consists of one ceramic piece. Cowles was on the faculty in the School for American Crafts at RIT from 1951-1980.
Audio recording of Hobart Cowles receiving the Outstanding Teacher Award.
Lee Rexrode ceramics consists of 3 untitled pieces: 2 jars with lids and one vase. Rexrode earned a Master of Fine Arts in ceramics in 1982 from RIT.
The collection contains 10 pieces of ceramics made by artist Lulu Scott Backus.
The Paul Rankin collection of Frans Wildenhain sketchbooks and slides contains four books of sketches done by Mr. Wildenhain in the 1970's, approximately 154 slides of his sculptures, pots, and murals, several books and publications relating to the Bauhaus in Germany, Marguerite Wildenhain, and crafts, some in German.
Materials collected while assisting Bruce Austin with his project to create an exhibition of Frans Wildenhain's ceramics and exhibition book from September 2011 to October 2012.