Michael Cardew: Ceramics from the Winchcombe Period (1926 - 1939)

5 Feb - 8 June 2008

Michael Cardew, is widely regarded as one of the twentieth century’s foremost studio potters. The Winchcombe Period presents a rare opportunity to explore a private collection that has never been on public view before.

The Winchcombe Years opens alongside At Table, Part I: Contemporary Ceramic Tableware, inviting you to seek parallels between the inherent longevity of functional, honestly-designed ceramics then and now, and the enduring appeal of collecting.

Image - Michael Cardew jar and jug, earthenware, 1930's. Private Collection. Photography, Jonathan Lynch. © 2007 Lakeland Arts Trust
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