Sun 20 Feb 2022
Zoom lecture by Helen Walsh, at 6.00 pm (London). W.A. Ismay MBE (1910–2001) assembled one of the UK’s largest collections of post-war British studio pottery and lived surrounded by his family of pots in a small terraced house in Yorkshire. Work by significant figures such as Lucie Rie and Hans Coper sat alongside pieces by lesser-known makers, in a collection of 3,500 items by more than 500 makers. The lecture explores how Ismay lived with and used his collection, supporting artists, collectors and curators and promoting British studio pottery.
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