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©Walter Keeler

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Basic Information

Accession Number:1980M95
Collection:Applied Art - Pottery
Date:1980 - 1980

Maker Information

Ceramicist:Walter Keeler - View biography for Walter Keeler


Walter Keeler is one of the most inventive and influential potters working in Britain. He has developed immense skill in working with the speckled, textural effects of salt-glazes on stoneware. In its attention to detail and interpretation of established forms, his work reveals an awareness of historical precedent in English and European ceramic traditions. Since 1998 he has also been working in earthenware, using glazes particularly influenced by Whieldon ware and eighteenth century creamwares.

Presented by West Midlands Arts.

Further Information

Production Period:20th century
School/Style:Studio Ceramics
Medium:Wheel thrown and altered, part salt glazed and part running glazed.
Place of Origin:England


Height:19.5 cm
Diameter:12.3 cm