Paul Rice GalleryAddress: Arlington Road, London, England, NW1 7ET. View Map
Email: Telephone: +44 (0)20 7419 6280
Contact: Paul Rice
Open: Variable, please enquire.
Last updated: 2012-01-16
Potters at this Gallery, , Ian Auld (1926-2000), Gordon Baldwin, Paul Barron [1917-1983], Richard Batterham, Betty Blandino (1927-2011), Clive Bowen, Nora Braden [1901-2001], Briglin Pottery, Michael Cardew [1901-1983], Chris Carter, Barbara Cass (1921 - 1992), Michael Casson (1925-2003), Joanna Constantinidis (1927-2000), Waistel Cooper (1921-2003), Hans Coper (1920-1980), Harry Davis (1910-1986), Mike Dodd, Ruth Duckworth (1919-2009), Geoffrey Eastop, Ray Finch, Bernard Forrester, Friars Pottery, Mary Gibson-Horrocks, William Gordon, Shoji Hamada (1894-1978), Jane Hamlyn, Henry Hammond (1914-1989), Ewen Henderson, Agnete (Anita) Hoy (1914-2000), Mo Jupp, Walter Keeler, Michael Leach, Margaret Leach, John Leach, Janet Leach (1918-1997), Jennifer Lee, Gillian Lowndes (1936 - 2010), Denis Lucas, Kate Malone, Jim Malone, William Levi Marshall, Ray Marshall, Carol McNicoll, Eric Mellon (1925-2014), Ursula Mommens (1908 - 2010), Aki Moriuchi, William Staite Murray, William Newland, Bryan Newman, Colin Pearson(1923-2007), Malcome Pepper, Helen Pincombe (1908-2004), Kenneth Quick (1931-1963), Margaret Rey, Phil Rogers, Mary Rogers, Bernard Rooke, Ray Silverman, Richard Slee, Alan Spencer Green, Julian Stair, Angus Suttie, Geoffrey Swindell, Janice Tchalenko, Gwylim Thomas, Vera Tollow, James Tower (1919-1988), Marianne de Trey, Sidney Tustin, Charles Tustin, Charles Vyse, James Walford, John Ward, R.J. Washington, Robin Welch, Geoffrey Whiting, Denise Wren, Takeshi Yasuda, Poh Chap Yeap
About the Gallery
Gallery description - Paul Rice has specialized in 20th century British studio ceramics for over 30 years. He has held over a 100 special exhibitions, advised many collectors and museums on purchases, helped organize a number of museum exhibitions and written numerous articles and books including "British Studio Ceramics" published by Crowood Press in 2003. Four exhibitions are held each year and in-between there is a changing display of gallery stock. Please enquire if you have pots to sell or are looking for 20th century work.
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