Tall, Vintage Studio Pottery Vase Description and Item Information Up for sale is this vintage studio art pottery bottle vase by the listed California artist, Edwin A. Please excuse the glare in the photos. This impressive, hand thrown pot has a narrow neck, with a wider body. It has both horizontal and vertical sgraffito line decoration. This item stands approximately 15 1/4 inches tall; it has a maximum width of about 5 1/4 inches.Unpacked, it weighs 6 pounds 5.9 ounces. This sculptural pot would be a fine addition to a collection of vintage American studio ceramics. Identification This vintage piece has incised markings beneath which include the potter's name, "CADOGAN" and an inscription, TO EMELIE MAC INTYRE.
Per Hughes, Cadogan, a member of the Lucas family of Marin County, California, was born in San Francisco. He was educated at Berkeley High School, Marin Jr. College, California School of Fine Arts, San Francisco State University B. , and the California College of Arts and Crafts M.
He also studied in Paris, France under Stanley William Hayter. Cadogan became the head of the art department at the College of Marin in Kentfield, California in 1947; he was an influential and integral member of the college's staff for the remainder of his career. Cadogan Hall at the College is named in his honor, and there are permanent art installations there.The College also has a scholarship established in his name which is awarded to students with demonstrated talent. Cadogan was the president of the Marin Society of Artists. His primary interest was ceramics, but he was also academically trained as a painter, producing still life and landscape oils and watercolors.
Cadogan exhibited widely, including at the Oakland Art Gallery and the San Francisco Art Association in 1937, and in Paris and New York City in 1939. His work is held by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Per the Vasefinder online museum, Cadogan exhibited at the Nationals from 1950 to 1952; he also exhibited at the Association of San Francisco Potters during the 1950s, and at the Pacific Coast Ceramics Exhibitions.Emilie MacIntyre, the recipient of this piece from Edwin Cadogan, is also a listed artist on askART (Cadogan spelled her name Emelie within the inscription). Per askART, MacIntyre was a modernist painter and printmaker who lived in Seattle, Washington and Kentfield, California. Most of her paintings were destroyed in a studio fire.
Condition The vase looks very good overall, with light wear, and no chips or cracks. Variations in glazing are as made. Payments must be received within three days of the end of the listing, unless prior arrangements have been made. And international government regulations prohibit such behavior.Other Information Individual computers may display colors differently. The item "VINTAGE EDWIN A. CADOGAN STUDIO ART POTTERY BOTTLE VASE LISTED CALIFORNIA ARTIST" is in sale since Wednesday, February 13, 2019.
This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Studio/ Handcrafted Pottery". The seller is "craigkc" and is located in Sunny California. This item can be shipped worldwide.