Marguerite Wildenhain, Sugar Bowl, ca. 1971, glazed stoneware, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Alexander L. and Frances J. Pickens, 1991.161.2
“It is not enough for a spout to pour; it must pour in the right amount, not like a watering can . . . that floods the cup and carpet . . . The spout, moreover, should start at some special part of the belly---usually rather low for a teapot, since you do not want the tea leaves that float on the top of the water to clog . . . the spout . . .” Artist quoted in “Marguerite: A Retrospective Exhibition,” 1980-1981
- ca. 1971
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- Not on view.
3 x 4 1/2 in. (7.6 x 11.4 cm.) diam.
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Smithsonian American Art Museum
Gift of Alexander L. and Frances J. Pickens
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- glazed stoneware
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