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The artist, courtesy Hart Gallery, London.

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Basic Information

Accession Number:1996L9
Collection:Applied Art - Pottery
Date:1994 - 1994

Maker Information

Ceramicist:Sutton Taylor - View biography for Sutton Taylor


Sutton Taylor discovered a lustre pigment technique by chance in the mid 1970s and has continued to explore and refine it throughout his career. Open bowl forms like this provide a broad area for complex surface decoration. His imagery is derived from effects of light and shade, foliage and ripple patterns.

On loan from The Keatley Trust.

Further Information

Production Period:20th Century
School/Style:Studio Ceramics
Medium:Wheel thrown earthenware biscuit fired, glaze fired and intensely reduced lustre fired with on-glaze pigments combining compounds of gold, silver, tantalum, copper and platinum.
Place of Origin:Leeds


Height:125 mm
Diameter:418 mm