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Munday, Marian, b. 1850
The 1910 exhibition of the Arts and Crafts Society of New South Wales included for the first time a display of art pottery from which ...
Murcott, Theophilus, b. 1854
Murcott was a ceramic artist, trained at the South Kensington School and ran a School of Art at 22 Collins Street, Melbourne for ceramic painting, ...
Campbell, John , b. 1857
Campbell was a commercial potter working in Launceston as John Campbell and Sons. The pottery began in 1880 and remained in operation until 1975.
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Bendigo Pottery
Bendigo Pottery is a ceramics association established by George Guthrie in 1857 in Bendigo, Victoria.
Brown, Edith J. Bell, b. 1864
A sketcher of early buildings, drawing teacher, she taught model drawing in Sydney in the early twentieth century. Bell-Brown also painted on china and produced ...
Barker, John, b. 1867
Painter and potter who exhibited with the South Devon Arts Society, British Watercolour Society, West Australian Society of Arts and Perth Society of Artists.
Bosley, Thomas George Dufty, b. 1867
Thomas George Dufty Bosley was a talented and professional potter who began his career at the age of nine, when he became an apprentice at ...
Macdonald, Mary, b. 1868
Mary MacDonald possibly had the most extensive production for a Harvey School potter as she attended Harvey's classes for some 25 years. As well as ...
Sinclair, Henriette, b. 1868
Henriette Sinclair is an example of the pottery students who transferred L.J. Harvey's teaching methods from Brisbane's Central Technical College interstate. She continued to produce ...
Astley, Charles, b. 1869
Charles Astley's paintings were no more than competent but his teaching of pottery and china painting at the Warwick Technical College and High School and ...
Bott, Sarah Ellen, b. 1870
Sarah Ellen Bott and her sister, Alice Bott, were active in the arts and crafts movement of the early 20th century in Brisbane. They were ...
Eyre, Vi, b. 1870
A prolific early 20th century Sydney and Brisbane potter, Vi Eyre was known and highly regarded for her distinctly Australian motifs. She was also the ...
Harvey, L. J., b. 1871
L. J. Harvey was a leading figure in the Arts and Crafts Movement in Australia - an exceptional woodcarver and an accomplished sculptor, potter and ...
Courtland, Charles Richard, b. 1872
Charles Richard Courtland was born in 1872. He was a potter who won a medal at the 'Chamber of Manufactures Exhibition' in Perth in 1906.
Elliott, Mona, b. 1872
Although Mona Elliott developed her interest in pottery and painting late in life, she made a significant contribution to art in both Brisbane and Toowoomba, ...
Devereux, Mrs W. P. [Bessie], b. 1874
Mrs W.P. (Bessie) Devereux was one of the most significant and original of L.J. Harvey's early students as she included wheel throwing among her skills.
Gare, Jack, b. 1874
Glaze specialist who worked on the development of Bendigo Pottery's Langley ware in the 1910s before starting his own pottery in Castlemaine, later working for ...
Preston, Margaret, b. 1875
Margaret Preston specialised in still life subjects, seeking to reinvent the genre, with inspiration from Aboriginal art and Australian native flowers, but she also made ...