A retrospective exhibition of earthenware, stoneware and porcelain 1926-1967 selected by the artist and George Wingfield Digby and organised by the Arts Council.. A catalogue, with an essay by the selector and tribute by Bernard Leach, was published to accompany the show. No ISBN number.
One of the three major types of pottery, the others being stoneware and porcelain. It is opaque, soft and porous unless covered completely with glaze. The firing temperatures can be low - 800ºC or high - 1200ºC, when it starts to vitrify, becoming stoneware.
One of the three major types of pottery, the others being stoneware and earthenware. Porcelain is fired in the region of 1300ºC to produce a white vitrified and translucent body.
One of the three major types of pottery, the others being earthenware and porcelain. A buff, gray or brown clay is mixed with other clays and ceramic materials to make a heavy, opaque, highly plastic clay body that is fired at a high temperature - above 1200ºC. It is in between earthenware and porcelain in its character. The term stoneware also refers to the clay body and objects made from it.
UK, Bristol, Bristol City Art Gallery
- 07 October 1967 − 29 October 1967
UK, Nottingham, Midland Group
- 26 August 1967 − 09 September 1967
UK, London, Arts Council Gallery
- 15 July 1967 − 12 August 1967