Judy Trim (1943-2001, England)

Red Hearth Bottle
Earthenware; ht. 19, dia. 6 in.

Influenced by Hans Coper and through him, Liz Fritsch, a new kind of vessel arrived, sometimes described as “Pot as Image” because it combined pictorial devices with actual form, making flattened shapes that seemed full and round but created the depth through playing with perspective. Judy Trim was one of the best proponents of this style. 

Clark, Garth. The Potter's Art. Phaidon Press, UK 1995. This work is illustrated on page 203.

Provenance:Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason Collection;
Acquired directly from the Artist.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium


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