Born: Baxter Springs, Kansas 1905
Died: Elizabeth, New Jersey 1971
ceramic 3/4 x 11 1/8 in. (2.0 x 28.3) diam. Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of Ivy Borow Reade
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Luce Foundation Center, 4th Floor, 54A
Luce Center Label
Waylande Gregory began to produce small porcelain figures, plates, and candlesticks in 1935 in order to support his family. He produced more than a thousand of these small-scale works in his lifetime. Although the three figures in Gregory’s Plate are abstracted, the gender of each is still recognizable. The central figure is a thick-hipped woman and beneath her are two men who appear to be vying for her attention.
decorative arts - ceramic
Crafts - Clay
About Waylande Gregory
Born: Baxter Springs, Kansas 1905 Died: Elizabeth, New Jersey 1971
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