Monthly Archives: June 2013

Pottery revelations on a whim and a prayer


venice clay artists Lion statue





 More whimsical pottery, a few sculptures too :


As this is the latest instalment of pottery whimsical, the only thing being revealed here is more ceramic oddities, a few quirky sculptures and other amusing art pieces. The usual guidelines apply … from the sublime to the enthralling, from frivolous to sobering, ponderous to far reaching, ordinary to excellent, wacky to bemusing, ancient to now and maybe into the future and anything in between and before and after.

‘Life without whimsy is like a joke without a punchline’ …Oscar Weld

The Bridge - Andy Scott - a sculpture featuring two girls holding outstretched hands on an arch

The Bridge – Andy Scott

Smiling Buddha Arsen Alaverdyan

Smiling Buddha – Arsen Alaverdyan

The Traveller Neal French - garden sculpture

‘The Traveller’ – Neal French – UK

Shadow Dog pot - VisGirda lidded ceramic vessel with dog figure on lid

Shadow Dog pot  – Rimas VisGirda

Place de la Sorbonne - Paris mosaic figure sculpture

Mosaic Street sculpture – Place de la Sorbonne – Paris

Skinner AuctionsFigurine Pitcher

Rococo Style Figurine Pitcher – Skinner Auctions

Amphora vase with lizard figure and botanical relief

Amphora Vase

Photo – Paul Starosta

Mid-Century Modern charger byYAIR Israel

Mid-Century Modern charger – YAIR,  Israel

Laurel Skye.Mosiac figure sculpture Bay Area artist Laurel Skye.

 Mosaic mannequin –  Bay Area artist Laurel Skye.

Nazca Huari Golden Miniature Head

A Nazca Huari Golden Miniature Head

zsuzsa monostory figurine

Zsuzsa Monostory

White porcelain Tea set by Hernich Wang

Tea set by Hernich Wang

Kneeling bull holding a spouted vessel artifact from Iran

Kneeling bull holding a spouted vessel. Proto-Elamite; ca. 3100–2900 BCE, Southwestern Iran

Sumida Gawa Ryosai Porcelain Bowl

Japanese Sumida Gawa Ryosai porcelain Bowl with Ban-ni sign – 19th century

Gustav Oppel Art Deco porcelain Harlequin Figurine

Gustav Oppel for  Schwarzberg Werkstatten

Commedia Dell’arte Harlequin Art Deco Figurine

Spotted ceramic Greencat by Roman Khalilov

Greencat by Roman Khalilov

   Forest Stump - Carruth Studio wall leaf with smiling face

Forest Stump – Carruth Studio

Bizen vases Japan leak testing

Bizen vases filled with water to test for leakage

Di Conway clay figure sculpture

Di Conway

The Botanist by Kurt Weiser porcelain teapot

‘The Botanist’ by Kurt Weiser

ceramic fat cat

Ceramic fat cat

Art Nouveau vase designed by Ernest Bussière

A French Art Nouveau vase designed by Ernest Bussière

Jerzy Jotka Kędziora ceramic juggler sculpture

‘With Balls And Ring’  – Jerzy Jotka Kędziora

Bold Red Floral Tea Set Romy and clare - etsy

Bold Floral Tea Set – Red Poppy Funky Tea Pot, Cream & Sugar

Romy and clare  – etsy

Accolay Pottery- oadside store 1966

Accolay Pottery roadside store circa 1966

Michael and Magdalena Frimkess ceramic vase

Stoneware Vase  – Michael and Magdalena Frimkess

        large spotted high heel sculpture

Ange 777

Mid Century abstract Aleluia-Jarra-c1965

Aleluia Vase – c 1965  © CMP

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Urs Fischer’s contemporary sculpture exhibition - Los Angeles MOCA

 Urs Fischer’s contemporary exhibition – Los Angeles MOCA  ( Museum of Contemporary Art )

Cat Birdfeeder outdoor garden sculpture

Cat Birdfeeder

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Scott-ziegler footed ceramic box with lid

Scott Ziegler


Lucinda Brown – Double Fragment  sculpture

MrB-Garry Dinnen ceramic dog

‘Mr B’ – Gary Dinnen

Ceramic-bottle by Tony-Cunha,-©-Beatrice-Wood

Tony Cunha, © Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts  – Happy Valley Foundation

The Clandestines -Fred Yokel sculpture figurines

‘The Clandestines’ – Fred Yokel

Jacques Tati at the museum and a Picasso sculpture

Jacques Tati at the museum.

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American Modernist Ceramic Artists


It is generally recognised that Modernist design had its initial inception in Europe in 1919, with the opening of the Bauhaus school of Design in Germany. It was founded with the idea of creating a “total” work of art in which all arts, including architecture, would eventually be brought together. The Bauhaus style became one of the most influential currents in Modernist architecture and modern design.This was also the major driving force behind the Mid-Century era of art, which spanned from the early 1940’s to the early 80’s. In the USA, the sparse, clean lines of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and the emerging acceptance of the Scandinavian design ethic, had an incisive influence on interior design and ceramic styles. Below are a collection of some of the many American artists that made fantastic  contributions to this unique phase of art and design.

 Clyde Burt :

Ceramic artist Clyde Burt (1922-1981) is widely recognized as a pioneer in the American studio ceramics movement. He studied at Fort Wayne Art School and the Cape Cod School of Art and completed graduate work under Maija Grotell at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. He exhibited at the Ceramic Nationals in Syracuse in 1954, 1956 and 1958. In 1957 he won the Art Institute of Chicago Designer-Craftsman Award. His pieces are in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Everson Museum of Art.


Clyde Burt Lidded Vessel

Clyde Burt Lidded Vessel





Nuns wall plaque lyde Burt ca.-1960

Ceramic Wall Relief  – Clyde Burt   c       a – 1960

( 1stdibs )




Large ceramic vessel wtih etched design

Large ceramic vessel wtih etched design – Clyde Burt




Clyde Burt Glazed stoneware vessel with lid

Clyde Burt – Glazed modernist stoneware vessel with lid




Clyde Burt pottery vase

Clyde Burt pottery vase




Clyde Burt vase, stoneware

Clyde Burt vase, stoneware

(  Clyde Burt Ceramics | Facebook )




AAA Auctions Clyde Burt

Clyde Burt well panel,plate & vases

( AAA Auctions )


 Large stoneware bottle form vase with an incised geometric design – Clyde Burt

Height 16.5 inches  ( Trocadero – Studio 2.0 )

Monumental glazed earthenware vase

Clyde Burt  – Monumental glazed earthenware vase.This dates from early in Burt’s career when he was working in Ohio in the 1950’s

Height 33 inches ( Wright Auctions 2002 )




Clyde Burt Tiled Wall Panel

Clyde Burt Tiled Wall Panel

(  Clyde Burt Ceramics | Facebook )




Clyde Burt vase Daytona

Clyde Burt – Vase, Dayton-Melrose, OH, 1955




Clyde Burt ceramic vase

Clyde Burt ceramic vase





Clyde Burt ceramic wall panel

Clyde Burt ceramic wall panel

(  Clyde Burt Ceramics | Facebook )





Large Vessel Clyde Burt

Large Bottle –  Clyde Burt





Modernist Bowl Clyde Burt

Modernist Bowl – Clyde Burt






Clyde Burt modernist vase





Clyde Burt Vase

Clyde Burt Vase





Mid century Vase

Mid centuryVase -Clyde Burt




Clyde Burt-1963-1964

Modernist Figurines  – Clyde Burt





Clyde Burt Ceramic Vessel Incised design

Clyde Burt Ceramic Vessel  Incised design



 Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman :


Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman are skilled craftsmen and designers who were instrumental in defining Mid-Century Modern home decor.  After attending the “For Modern Living” exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts in 1949, where they encountered the design duo of Charles and Ray Eames, the couple decided to devote a life and career to design . Here, for their generation, was a fresh and exciting alternative to the “mundane, what-your-mother-had, doilies-on-a-table” kind of traditional home decor. “We didn’t know we had missed it, because it hadn’t been there. * Jerome recalls, “If the Eames can do it, why can’t we?”; so they opened the Jenev Design Studio (a combination of their names) in West Los Angeles. They began producing slip-cast ceramics and eventually expanded their offering to include a  wide variety of home decor and architectural elements. The business name changed to ERA Industries in 1956.



Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman collection

Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman modernist ceramic collection


Evelyn Ackerman – Horse  1950’s




Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman Ceramic Bottles

Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman  – Ceramic Bottles

Jerome Ackerman modernist vase

Female Figures vase by Jerome Ackerman, 1953

( Mid2Mod .blogspot )

Ackerman rain mosaic

Rain – Evelyn Ackerman Mosaic


Gertrud & Otto Natzler :


Gertrud  Natzler’s collaboration with her husband, Otto Natzler, extended over almost four decades and produced some of the twentieth century’s finest ceramics. They are held by over seventy museums throughout the world and by countless private collections. Her nearly twenty-five thousand hand-thrown pots, bowls, and bottles are celebrated for their refinement, delicacy, and proportion  Her husband brought exceptional color and texture to the work with the glazes he invented and developed by experimentation, carefully documenting several thousand formulas.


Natzler modernist bowl

Natzler modernist bowl





Gertrud & Otto Natzler folded bowl, yellow glazed earthenware

Gertrud & Otto Natzler folded bowl with yellow glazed earthenware




Natzler crater bowl, glazed earthenware with burst-bubble glaze

Natzler crater bowl  -glazed earthenware with a burst-bubble glaze and blue highlights.

( Treadway Toomey Auctions – sold )

Gertrud & Otto Natzler earthenware-footed bowl

Gertrud & Otto Natzler earthenware footed bowl

Natzler tall bottle with lip

Natzler Tall bottle with lip – 1962



Gertrud & Otto Natzler vessel

Gertrud & Otto Natzler  – Monumental vase – 1957

( LAMA – Los Angeles Modern Auctions -Realized: $93,750 )

Otto & Gertrud Natzler ceramics at Common Ground AMOCO

Otto & Gertrud Natzler ceramics at Common Ground, AMOCO





Otto & Gertrud Natzler Bowl

Otto & Gertrud Natzler Bowl with a lava glaze.




Gertrud & Otto Natzler bowl 1954

Gertrud & Otto Natzler  – Velvet Chartreuse glazed ceramic – 1945

( LAMA )



Natzler bowl folded shape bowl

Gertrud & Otto Natzler – folded shape bowl




Gertrud & Otto Natzler Tomato Red Vase

Gertrud & Otto Natzler – Tomato Red Vase





Gertrud and Otto Natzler

Gertrud and Otto Natzler

 Russell Wright :



Russel Wright for Baur Pottery

Centrepiece bowl designed by Russell Wright for Bauer Pottery.


Russel Wright American Modern dinner set

Russel Wright – American Modern dinner set


See more Russell Wright ceramics HERE


Eva Zeisel :  ( 1906 –  2011 )

Known for her organic modernist ceramic works, Eva Zeisel was truly one of the foremost designers of the Twentieth Century, with a career that spanned into the Twenty First Century. She was the first designer in America to produce an all white dinner service. After settling in the USA, she started designing for pretty large-sized companies like General Mills, Rosenthal China, Castelton China and more. Zeisel was also proud to share her knowledge, and eventually became a professor of Industrial Design at the Pratt Institute in New York. One of her career highlights was in 1946, where she had a one-woman show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She was still designing at the age of 100.

Eva Zeisel was continually intrigued by what she called her “playful search for beauty.” A person of delightfully defiant spirit, the designer was just beginning her career when she declared war on the fashionable avant-garde. “I didn’t accept the purism of modern design,” she said. “In my definition, if it gave beauty to the eye, it was beauty.”


Zeisel Art Deco coffee set

Eva Zeisel  – Art Deco coffee set





Eva Ziesel carafe

Eva Ziesel carafe and tray






Eva Zeisel jugs

Eva Zeisel jugs

“It’s easy to do something stunning that stays in a collector’s cabinet.  But Eva’s designs reached people at the table, where they gather”  – Paola Antonelli






Large milk pitchers

Large milk pitchers – Eva Ziesel

“The clean lines of modern design can be successfully combined with sensuous, classic shape”  – Eva Zeisel





Eva Zeisel Vase

Eva Zeisel Vase






Eva Zeisel 1983

Eva Zeisel  1983





Eva Zeisel Sauce Bowl

Eva Zeisel Sauce Bowl






 Beatrice Wood :  (1893-1998)

As a potter, Wood was fascinated by the glazing process from the beginning, and dedicated much energy to the study of luster glazing techniques. She also studied briefly with master potters Getrud and Otto Natzler in 1940, who impressed upon her the value of the ceramic vessel as fine art. . In 1948 Wood began to establish a home and studio in Ojai,California and over the next fifteen years began perfecting her own version of the luster glaze.

She was lifelong member of the Theosophical Society which would greatly influence her artistic philosophies. Her path was also shaped by Dada, the art movement of which Wood was a seminal part, which rejected reason and logic; prizing nonsense, irrationality and intuition. By the early 1970’s, Beatrice Wood had established a reputation as a fine artist and emerged as a leading American exponent of luster pottery. She eventually turned her focus to more complex, decorative vessels, and her work was increasingly sought after by galleries and museums. By the time of her death at the age of 105, Wood had become a well-recognized figure in the world of ceramic art, renowned as much for her luster glazes as for her longevity, vitality, and charm.



Beatrice Wood ceramic vessel

Beatrice Wood ceramic vessel





Beatrice Wood ceramic bowl

Beatrice Wood ceramic bowl







Beatrice Wood vase, bulbous shape covered in a volcanic textured yellow glaze with subtle black highlights.

( Treadway Toomey Auctions )




Mottled-Glaze-Ovoid-Crimped bowl

Mottled Glaze, Ovoid Crimped bowl – Beatrice Wood

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Beatrice Wood

Gold Luster Vessel with Figures  1985





Beatrice Wood bowl

Beatrice Wood – deep tourquise glazed bowl

Beatrice Wood wheel throwing

Beatrice Wood





Charles Ray Eames Elephant

Charles Ray Eames Elephant




Harrison McIntosh :


Born in California in 1914, Harrison McIntosh was a master at his craft, setting aesthetic standards of elegance, precision, technique and design in ceramics. As a pioneer in the post-World War II Southern California crafts movement, his ceramic art continues to be recognized beyond today.


Harrison McIntosh Pottery Vase

Harrison McIntosh Pottery Vase




Platter-1984Harrison Mckintosh

Glazed Platter Harrison McIntosh




Harrison McIntosh

Harrison McIntosh

( Otis Legacy )





Double Gourd Bottles -1950

Double Gourd Bottles – Harrison McIntosh



Harrison McIntosh ceramics at Common Ground, AMOCO

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Art sculptures, doll figurines – Lex Sorrentino

Polymer Clay,  Paverpol, Makin’s Clay and some  Bronze

Australian Lex Sorrentino began sculpting Original One-of-a Kind Dolls in 1996. After 12 months of sculpting the human form in Earthenware clay she changed over to Polymer Clay and has never looked back. Lex is self taught and has experimented with Polymer and Paper Clay in numerous ways. She has also been teaching sculpting in Polymer & Air-Drying Clay for approximately 17 years and holds regular classes in Sculpting, Polymer Canes for bead making PLUS Paverpol Garden Sculpture classes. ” I feel so blessed and grateful to teach and be able to inspire and contribute to someone’s life. “ ~ Lex Sorrentino

Art Deco Makins Clay Wallhanging

Art Deco Wallhanging

( Makins Clay )

wall sculpture-007.

Wall sculpture 007

( Makins Clay and leather )


The Crystal Keeper figurine

The Crystal Keeper

Lex Sorrentino

AFRICAN LADY (with sculpted face & hands)

AFRICAN LADY ( sculpted face & hands)

Tea-pot  Lee Sorrentino

Teapot   – Lee Sorrentino

Art Deco Sculpture-1.

Art Deco Sculpture-1.

The Art Deco Series are Sculpted, then draped with fabric dipped in Makins  Clay.

Wailing Banshee Sculpture

Wailing Banshee Sculpture  – Lex Sorrentino

(  In Irish legend, a banshee is a fairy woman who begins to wail if someone is about to die. )

Bronze wallhanging Lex Sorrentino

Bronze wallhanging – Lex Sorrentino

Coffee pot

Coffee pot – Lex Sorrentino

2 Africans

2 Africans



Dancer sculptures

Lex’s Dancers sculpture – Paverpol &  Air Dry Clay


Teapot – Lex Sorrentino

Dragon Keeper Scultpture

Dragon Keeper Sculpture

Lex Sorrentino

Blue Dragon

Blue Dragon


Beaded Fish  – Apoxie Sculpt, Metal scales & various beads.

Lex Sorrentino


Nomad Queen –  Lex Sorrentino

( Sculpted using Apoxie Sculpt with a  Paverpol Body )

Art Deco 5

Art Deco 5 – Lex Sorrentino


Beaded Lady –  Lex Sorrentino

Apoxie Sculpt & beads.  (  Beading Inspired by Marilyn Radzat )

Griffin & liquid-makins

Griffin & liquid Makins

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies – Lex Sorrentino      


Karens sculpture

Karens sculpture

Magenta sculpture

Karen’s Magenta Sculpture


Lex Sorrentino  2007

Apoxie & Paverpol Mirror

Apoxie & Paverpol Mirror

Face cane bowl-3

Face cane bowl-3

Natalie's Dragon

Natalie’s Dragon


Lex Sorrentino

Goddess sculpture

Goddess sculpture – Lex Sorrentino

Other Australian & NZ sculptural artists :


Fairy house created by Janice Laurent.


T Shirt to Garden Statue  – Christa Light

Leone Filo Blue Lady

Leone Filo – Blue Lady

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Chela O'Sullivan Paverol sculpture.

Chela O’Sullivan – Paverol sculpture.

Pink roses - Leone Filo

Pink roses – Leone Filo

Mermaid  Lynette Fairbrother

Mermaid   – Lynette Fairbrother

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Dwight Saunders Sculpture

Dwight Saunders Sculpture

3 Pink ladies

3 Pink Ladies

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Egypt cat Merilyn Thomas

Egypt Cat – Merilyn Thomas

2012 dwight paverpol opera Dwight Saunders

  Paverpol opera  – Dwight Saunders



Lex Sorrentino workshop


Lex Sorrentino

Contemporary Art Retreat

Click the link below for more info

Lex’s website



Lisa Larson Gustavsberg Studio



Lynx Lisa Larson Gustavsberg

Lynx – Lisa Larson, Gustavsberg

 Lisa Larson, born 1931, is a Swedish ceramic designer who started at Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory in 1953. She was hired by the famous Stig Lindberg who recognized and nurtured her gift for design. The Mid -Century modernist touch is apparent in many of her works. In 1981 she left Gustavsberg to work freelance as a sculptural artist and designer for various Swedish companies and the German porcelain manufacturer Rosenthal. She did stints at various ceramic companies including Duka, Kooperativa Förbundet and Åhléns .

During this time she created several hundred different designs – many of which became design classics, sought after by antique dealers and private collectors. Lisa Larson is best known for her humorous and friendly figures, generous shapes and artfully drawn incised decoration. Even though she created appealing ceramic wares, her talent for the charming characterization of domestic and exotic animals in her ceramic figurines and sculptures became the most popular.



Moses by Lisa Larson - Gustavsberg Ceramic Studio

Moses by Lisa Larson – Gustavsberg Ceramic Studio

In 1992 she founded the Gustavsberg Ceramic Studio with her colleagues Franco Nicolosi and Siv Solin. Their ceramics are produced on a small scale by a team of master craftsmen and women who continue the traditional crafts of mold making, glazing and hand painting. Lisa Larson is still actively working on creating and producing new ceramic designs, while her body of work is being discovered and rediscovered by many outside of Sweden.





Lisa Larson Rhino from the 1966 Maanage Series

Lisa Larson Rhino from the 1966 Maanage Series





Lisa Larson porcelain armadillo

Lisa Larson porcelain armadillo   1970 Length 7 inches

( 1stdibs )


Advent – 1956

Elk King Of Forest Lisa Larson

Elk, king of forest – Lisa Larson

( Skandinavisk Antik )




Tax Mini Dacchshund Lisa Larson

Tax Mini Dacchshund – Lisa Larson






Ceramic  Cats Lisa Larson

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This European Bison is one of a series of animals threatened by extinction produced in 1978
 by Gustavsberg for the World Wildlife Fund and the Swedish department store Nordiska Kompaniet.
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Vase with carved decoration Lisa Larson
Vase with carved decoration – Lisa Larson





Tiger from the 1959 Afrika series

Tiger from the 1959 Afrika series

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White Poodle Lisa Larson Ceramic

White Poodle Lisa Larson Ceramics

Charlotta-Lisa Larson

Charlotta – Lisa Larson

Lisa Larson Ape

Ape figurine – Lisa Larson


475px-428px-Wilhelm-Kåge,-Gustavsberg,-Wilhelm Kåge  – Gustavsberg

70 years ago, Wilhelm Kage started Gustavsberg Studio, or “G-studio”. It was launched as an “aesthetic laboratory” within the factory frames. The studio was described at the time as an idyllic oasis in industrijäktet, an idéverkstad, where the work could be done in peace and quiet without chords and office hours, as a “spiritual cycle path alongside the mass production autostrada”.





Zebra from Stora Zoo, 1958

Zebra from Stora ( big ) Zoo Series, 1958





Lisa Larson wall plaque

‘Harlerkin’ plaque produced 1960-69

( richard wallis antiks )





Anders Bruno liljefors vase

Anders Bruno Liljefors vase,  Gustavsberg

(  Domino Antik )





Lisa Larson Gustavsberg Wall Plaque

Lisa Larson Gustavsberg Wall Plaque

Lisa Larson Gustavsberg Sweden ceramic vessel

Lisa Larson – Gustavsberg Sweden





Lis Larson. Albertina   1959-60

Lis Larson –  Albertina   1959-60





1978 Lisa Larson Skansen Fox

Fox  –  Lisa Larson from the Skansen Series  for Gustavsberg, Sweden   1978

Lisa Larson Figurine

Samhällsdebatten -( Public Debate ) – 1968

Lisa Larson stoneware figurine











Lisa Larson ceramic head sculpture

Lisa Larson ceramic head sculpture





Lisa Larson female figurine

Lisa Larson female figurine






Limited Edition Hedgehog  – WWF series

( bukowskis market )







cat by lisa larson

Cat by lisa larson





Poodle Figurine Lisa Larson

Poodle Figurine – Lisa Larson





Ceramic Tile Elephant with 3-Riders Sweden

Ceramic Tile – Elephant with 3-Riders

Lisa Larson

Large Ceramic Bulldog Lisa Larson

Large Ceramic Bulldog – Lisa Larson – Stora Zoo Collection  1957


Elephant from Africa Series 1964

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 Lisa Larson Tripp Cat – Gustavsberg





Lisa Larson för Gustavsberg 1967.

Wall Tile “Birds” and “Riders” from the series “Unique”.

Lisa Larson för Gustavsberg Sweden 1967.





Lisa Larson dog - Gustavsberg

Lisa Larson dog figurine

( Isaiaz Flickr  )





Lisa Larson with cats

Lisa Larson with cats


Lisa Larson in studio

Lisa Larson in studio

Lisa-Larson-Lion and Bird

Lion and Bird – Lisa Larson





Decorative ceramic tile lisa larson

Decorative ceramic tile – Lisa Larson






Ceramic horse figurine  – Lisa Larson

( Smagarde Auktioner )


Donkey Figurine-Lisa Larson, Gustavsberg

Stoneware Donkey figurine with painting and glaze

Lisa Larson, Gustavsberg,






Afghan Dog – Lisa Larson





Lisa Larson Cat Lilla ZooKe

Lisa Larson Cat – Lilla Zoo collection

( Keramikk Ceramics )





Lisa Larson Swedish Cermaic Art

Lisa Larson Animal Figurines





Liveaustioneers Lisa Larson

Terracotta, with selective glaze, horse figurine – Lisa Larson

From the Lilla Zoo collection – The very first collection of Lisa Larson’s figures to be put into production in 1955. Stig Lindberg, who was artistic director at Gustavsberg’s porcelain factory, discovered Lisa’s unique talent at adapting her creative ideas to the many challenges of factory production.

( Liveauctioneers )

Cocker Spaniel Lisa Larson Gustavsberg

Black and White Cocker Spaniel – Lisa Larson

figurine icehockey player 1973

Lisa Larson figurine  ” Icehockey Player “


Stora Eva by Stig Lindberg

Stora Eva by Stig Lindberg

Lisa larson stoneware seal

Mid Century soulful seal – Lisa Laarson


Boxer Dog figurine – Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg




Lisa Larson Shih Tzu dog from the 1972 Kennel Series


Green Hippo by Lisa Larson



Polar Bear – Lisa Larson, Sweden

Stora Zoo series 1957


Poodle Vov – Lisa Larson



Lisa Larson Flackig Spaniel – Kennel Series 1972

Lisa Larson poodle

Poodle figurine by Lisa Larson, Sweden


Pair of  Sea Lions – Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg, Sweden

Noah’s Arc Series 1978


Vintage Cat Wall Tile – Lisa larson

Unik Series 1962 – 1986

Website :

Lisa Larson on Facefook –