4 edition of Elizabeth Fritsch found in the catalog.
Exhibition held Galerie Besson, 11 October - 3 November 1989.Gift --Galerie Besson
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|Pagination||xvi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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Publisher, Leeds Art Galleries, 1978, ASIN B0007AT9X2• National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia• Aberystwyth Arts Elizabeth Fritsch, Aberystwyth, Wales• The Wall Street Journal18 May 2006• 160-1979 Gallery location: Studio Ceramics, room 142, case 1, shelf 2• 1976: British Craft Centre, London• 2008: - London November -December.
John Houston The Abstract Pot forms of expression and decoration by nine artist Elizabeth Fritsch, Bellew Publishing, 1991. The stoneware ceramics are biscuit fired and often re-fired a number of times at high temperatures through various stages. 1995: Metaphysical Pots, Bellerive Museum• David Queensbury, the group formed an important shift and influence in British ceramic art, breaking away from the more traditional forms, colour, design and function of the more utilitarian ceramics that had preceded.
Since her first show in 1972, Fritsch has had a number of solo shows. Dynamic Structures: Painted Vessels by Elizabeth Fritsch, published by the National Museum of Wales, October 2010,• David Queensbury, the group formed an important shift and influence in British ceramic art, breaking away from the more traditional forms, colour, design and function of the more utilitarian ceramics that had preceded.
1995: Elected Senior Fellowship, Royal College of Art• Fritsch lived and worked at from 1975 to 1983. 1970: Silver Medal Royal College of Art: Herbert Read Memorial Prize Museum and public collections• 1996: Shortlisted for Jerwood Prize for Applied Arts 1996: Ceramics• 2010: National Museum Cardiff, Wales, UK.
Fritsch's work is represented in major art collections and museums in more than nine countries and her work is represented in major British art museum collections. National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan Solo Elizabeth Fritsch Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York• 1996: Shortlisted for Jerwood Prize Elizabeth Fritsch Applied Arts 1996: Ceramics• Speaking about her influences, Fritsch has said; The metaphysical function of certain kinds of buildings is to convey transcendence, spiritual exaltation, serenity, et cetera.
She is recognised extensively for her fine technically proficient hand built coiling techniques; ceramic form, optical effects and surface design which, are usually hand painted with coloured slips.
Fritsch lived and worked at from 1975 to 1983.
Fischer Fine Art 1986 Nine Potters: Bernard Leach, Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie, Michael Cardew, Hans Coper, Lucie Rie, Elizabeth Fritsch, Ewen Henderson, Elizabeth Raeburn, Claudi Casanovas, Catalogue of an exhibition held at Fisher Fine Art, 1986.
Her innovative hand built and painted pots are often influenced by music, painting, literature and architecture.