A large and impressive slip decorated and painted studio pottery vase by renowned Scottish ceramic artist Judith Gilmour (British, 1937-2003) dating from around 1980.
Judith Gilmour was born in Edinburgh and studied at the Glasgow School of Art. Her work is held in major public collections throughout Scotland including Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow, the Royal Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh and Aberdeen Art Gallery as well as private collections in the UK and worldwide.
This tall and stunning vase is a wonderful example of Gilmour’s work and is tall narrow flattened form, the front decorated with two rust, black and brown decorated rectangles set against a white slip surround, the back decorated with a black and brown design enclosing an elongated ‘letterbox’ shaped slit. The vase has an unglazed base and is signed Gilmour.
Provenance: Acquired in the UK Art Market.
In good original condition.
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