Studio pottery Raku sculptural vessel, Elizabeth Raeburn b. 1943
An interesting large fan shaped sculptural vase, the front and back incised with vertical double lines and covered with a matt white slip decorated with charcoal grey random dots, the sides and the triangular section base also with a matt charcoal grey glaze, the interior with a pink and celadon crackled raku glaze, the foot rim glazed black and with a white glazed interior well. Bearing the impressed ER mark. Elizabeth Raeburn, British, born 1943
Elizabeth Raeburn began her career as a potter later in life. She spent a brief but influential time as a production student in David Leach's workshop and in 1975 established her own pottery in Somerset. She has concentrated on hand-built Raku firing, an exciting technique which always offers an element of surprise. Her work can be found in many prestigious private collections and public galleries including The Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan.
|HEIGHT:||10 3/4 in. (27.5 cm)|
|WIDTH:||7 in. (18 cm)|
|DEPTH:||3 1/2 (9 cm)|
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