A small vase made from a buff stoneware. various clay washes and slips were used to paint the landscape on the pot. Some tricks were tried to cover the remainder in my clear and green glazes.
The painting copies the style of the Paul Revere Pottery of Boston in the late 1800's and the early 1900's. Specifically the beautiful style of Sarah Galner, whose painting I greatly admire and wish that I could have her fluency with the brush. She and the Revere Pottery are well represented at the MFA.
The vase is 5 inches high and 3-1/2 inches in diameter It weighs 14 oz.
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