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by Leonard Griffin
A biography of the ceramic artist, Clarice Cliff, written by the author of TAKING TEA WITH CLARICE CLIFF and founder of the Clarice Cliff Collectors Club. It is illustrated and contains a reference section detailing all Cliff's major shapes.
A biography of the ceramic artist, Clarice Cliff, written by the author of TAKING TEA WITH CLARICE CLIFF and founder of the Clarice Cliff Collectors Club.
224 pages, illustrated throughout.
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Clarice Cliff the Bizarre Affair. Taking Tea with Clarice Cliff: A Celebration of Her Art Deco Teaware. Clarice Cliff: The Bizarre Affair. Susan P. Meisel, Leonard Griffin, Louis K. Meisel.
Griffin Leonard: Clarice Cliff the Art of the Bizarre Pavilion/Chrysalis 1999/2002. Griffin Leonard: The Complete Book of Appliqué 1989/1994 published privately by the original Clarice Cliff Collectors Club. Griffin Leonard: Clarice Cliff the Art of the Bizarre (chapter 'Dramatic Art Deco') Pavilion/Chrysalis 1999/2002. For Bon Jour range illustration see . 3: Griffin Leonard, Meisel Louis and Susan: Clarice Cliff the Bizarre Affair Thames & Hudson London/Abrams New York 1988/1995. Knight Lynn: . 67 Clarice Cliff biography Bloomsbury Press 2005. Knight Lynn: Clarice.
Bibliographic Details . Leonard Griffin, an authority on Cliff, considers her achievements and artistic significance, highlighting these with220 photos of all her major forms and designs.
Bibliographic Details Publisher: Pavilion Books Limited, London. Publication Date: 1999. All facets of her life are explored-her motivations, ambitions, and inspiration; her phenomenal success in the1920s and1930s; and her challenge to the art establishment, which she ultimately rejected in favor of a simpler life. Complete with a comprehensive reference section, this is a splendid portrait of one of the finest, most vibrant ceramic artists of this century.
Clarice Cliff: The Art of Bizarre. Author: Leonard Griffin. Publisher: Pavilion, 1999. A mixture of biography and social analysis. A fascinating look at the talented artist and designer Clarice Cliff. It is illustrated and contains a reference section detailing all Cliff's major shapes, designs and painters. Format Hardback 224 pages.
There is a Web site (ww. laricecliff. ; an international Clarice Cliff Collectors Club and a new book, ''Clarice Cliff: The Art of Bizarre, a Definitive Centenary Celebration'' (Trafalgar Square Publishing) by Leonard Griffin, the president of the club. The Susan P. Meisel gallery has 35 works on view through July 23 at 135 Prince Street in SoHo. According to ''Clarice Cliff: The Bizarre Affair'' by Leonard Griffin and Louis and Susan Meisel (Abrams, 1988), she showed an independent streak at an early age. She began making clay pots on her own initiative at age 10, when she visited an aunt at a factory nearby.
Author:Griffin, Leonard. Book Binding:Paperback. Presents the life and work of Clarice Cliff, including her achievements and artistic significance. This book also examines her motivations and ambitions. World of Books Ltd was founded in 2005, recycling books sold to us through charities either directly or indirectly.
Cliff, Clarice, 1899-1972, Potters - England - Biography. New York : Harry N. Abrams. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station23. cebu on December 5, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).