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Charles Fergus Binns : the father of American studio ceramics : including a catalogue raisonné

Author: Margaret CarneyCharles Fergus BinnsPaul EvansSusan R StrongRichard ZakinAll authors
Publisher: New York : Hudson Hills Press, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Charles Fergus Binns was born in England and trained at the Royal Worcester Porcelain Works. Soon after he moved to the United States and worked briefly at what is now Lenox China, he became founding director of the New York State School of Clay-Working and Ceramics in Alfred, New York, one of the first schools that provided training in both art and technology. This volume is published in conjunction with an  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Expositions
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Carney, Margaret, 1949-
Charles Fergus Binns.
New York : Hudson Hills Press, ©1998
(OCoLC)606261503
Named Person: Charles Fergus Binns; Charles Fergus Binns; Charles Fergus Binns; Charles Fergus Binns; Charles Fergus Binns
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Carney; Charles Fergus Binns; Paul Evans; Susan R Strong; Richard Zakin; International Museum of Ceramic Art at Alfred.
ISBN: 1555951449 9781555951443 1555951457 9781555951450
OCLC Number: 38081541
Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held at the International Museum of Ceramic Art at Alfred University, Apr. 18-July 23, 1998 and six other institutions between Sept. 9, 1998 and Oct. 8, 2000.
Description: 254 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 32 cm
Contents: Introduction / Margaret Carney --
Colorplates --
Binns before Alfred : 1857-1900 / Margaret Carney --
"The searching flame" : Charles Fergus Binns and the origins of Alfred's College of Ceramics / Susan R. Strong --
Context and theory : Binns as the father of American studio ceramics / Paul Evans --
Technical aspects of the work of Charles Fergus Binns / Richard Zakin --
Oriental reflections ; Catalogue raisonné ; Exhibition history / Margaret Carney --
The students of Binns : Arthur E. Baggs / Martin Eidelberg --
Ruth E. Canfield / Margaret Carney --
R. Guy Cowan / Cleota Reed --
Paul E. Cox / Susan Russo --
Paul Vickers Gardner / Margaret Adams Rasmussen --
Maija Grotell / Judy Dyki --
Charles M. Harder / Margaret Carney --
Elizabeth Gray Overbeck and the Overbeck pottery ; Adelaide Alsop Robineau / Richard Zakin --
Mary Chase Perry Stratton / Melanie Bazil --
Frederick E. Walrath / Bruce A. Austin --
The Binns Medal / Margaret Carney.
Responsibility: Margaret Carney ; with essays by Paul Evans, Susan Strong, Richard Zakin.

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Charles Fergus Binns was born in England and trained at the Royal Worcester Porcelain Works. Soon after he moved to the United States and worked briefly at what is now Lenox China, he became founding director of the New York State School of Clay-Working and Ceramics in Alfred, New York, one of the first schools that provided training in both art and technology. This volume is published in conjunction with an exhibition of Binns's finest ceramic vases and bowls celebrating the one-hundredth anniversary of what is now called the New York State College of Ceramics, followed by a national tour. It reproduces seventy-two of Binns's masterworks in full color and documents all his known works in a comprehensive catalogue raisonne.

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