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Download Lucie Rie: The Life and Work of Lucie Rie 1902-1995 eBook
ISBN:
095235764X
Author:
Emmanuel Cooper
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ceramic Review Publishing Ltd (January 1, 2001)
Pages:
80 pages
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1939 kb
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Jan 05, 2015 Dave Chilton rated it it was amazing. Very informative, really explains the life of the enigma of Rie and explains many of her working methods, which for a maker are a revelation and really define why she is held in such justifiable regard.

Lucie Rie has had a profound influence on the direction of modern ceramics. Jan 05, 2015 Dave Chilton rated it it was amazing.

Dame Lucie Rie, DBE (16 March 1902 – 1 April 1995) (German pronunciation: ) was an Austrian-born British studio potter. Lucie Gomperz was born in Vienna, Lower Austria, Austria-Hungary the youngest child of Benjamin Gomperz, a Jewish medical doctor who was a consultant to Sigmund Freud. She had two brothers, Paul Gomperz and Teddy Gomperz. Paul Gomperz was killed at the Italian front in 1917. She had a liberal upbringing.

Lucie Rie set up her studio in Vienna in 1925 and fled Nazi Austria for . Lucie Rie's pots reveal an instinct for powerful concision, for the paring back of forms, textures, functions to the essential.

Lucie Rie set up her studio in Vienna in 1925 and fled Nazi Austria for London in 1938. Her delicate modernism set her apart from the earthiness of English craft ceramics. Edmund de Waal pays tribute. She tells students at Camberwell College that their work is hopeless and to try teapots "for discipline". There was a divide between émigrés, those who never mentioned Vienna and those who couldn't stop, artists who explain their lives and those who are silent. Her life reveals someone who was able to get to the point. Art and design books.

Lucie Rie (1902-1995), one of the twentieth century's most celebrated and . Emmanuel Cooper died in January 2012 shortly after completing this book.

Lucie Rie (1902-1995), one of the twentieth century's most celebrated and iconic potters, combined an acute understanding of modernism with the skills of her chosen craft. This comprehensive biography follows Rie's life and artistic development from her birth into the Austria of the Habsburgs to her studies at the progressive Kunstgewerbeschule in Vienna, and finally her years in Britain following her escape in 1938 from Nazi-controlled Austria.

Cooper, Emmanuel (e. Modern Pots: Hans Coper, Lucie Rie & their Contemporaries", University of East Anglia Press, 2002. Lucie Rie - Dame Lucie Rie, DBE ( 1902 in Wien, Österreich Ungarn als Luzie Gomperz; † 1. April 1995 in London) war eine österreichisch britische Töpferin. RIE, DAME LUCIE - (1902–1995), British potter.

Lucie Rie : The Life and Work of Lucie Rie 1902-1995.

Note: Lucie Rie archive by Sophie Heath Her decision to stay in London, alone, determined the course of the rest of her life and work

Note: Lucie Rie archive by Sophie Heath  . Her decision to stay in London, alone, determined the course of the rest of her life and work. She moved into a house in Albion Mews, Bayswater, where Ernst Freud an architec, son of Sigmund adapted the interior for the Plischke furniture, she had brought with her. Hans Rie went on to America and the couple were amicably divorced. New Zealand ceramicist John Parker interviewed on working with Lucie Rie in London in the 1970s A New Zealand Connection. Articles with hCards. Modern Pots: Hans Coper, Lucie Rie & their Contemporaries, University of East Anglia Press, 2002.

Cooper, Lucie Rie Modernist Potter, New Haven and London, 2012, fig. 98 for a similar example with pink glaze and bronze rim. Recommended features. The Collection of James and Marilynn Alsdorf. Superb works spanning Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian Art are among the highlights of one of the finest cross-category collections ever presented at auction. Luxury Living: Homes with TV and film connections. Antenna: Jean-Michel Frank’s most important project.

Lucie Rie (1902-1995), one of the 20th century's most celebrated and .

Lucie Rie (1902-1995), one of the 20th century's most celebrated and iconic potters, combined an acute understanding of modernism with the skills of her chosen craft. This comprehensive biography follows Rie's life and artistic development from her birth into the Austria of the Habsburgs to her studies at the progressive Kunstgewerbeschule in Vienna, and finally her years in Britain following her escape in 1938 from Nazi-controlled Austria

  • Snake Rocking
An in depth study of the Master Potter Lucie Rie. Researched and footnoted in a scholarly manner. The format and the pictures of Lucie Rie's work are disappointing. After buying this book I bought Tony Birks 1987 Lucie Rie book which has a much more satisfying format (bigger, glossy paper and great photographs by Hans Coper's wife Jane Coper). As a
working potter Birk's book is much more valuable to me. Cooper's book includes Lucie's career from 1987 to her death in 1995.
  • Hulore
I have been curious about Lucie Rie's life and this is an excellent book about her life journey and development as an important force in the world of pottery.
  • krot
What an incredible lady and what a great book about her, her life, her work and her times. I treasured each page. There are pictures but I longed for more!
  • Flathan
This book should be read by everybody who is interested in ceramics.it's part of our modern art history.Very interessting.Thank you.
  • Nirn
Good book