9.5 x 12 x 12. Next year marks the 50th anniversary of their I. The Everson is a museum of firsts. It was the first museum to dedicate itself to the collection of American art, to create a permanent collection. Of ceramics, to collect video art, to create a docent program and to hire the now internationally-known architect I.
Pei to design its building, a sculptural work of art in its own right. The Everson is home to approximately 11,000 works of art: American paintings, sculpture, drawings, video, graphics and one of the largest holdings of international ceramics in the nation. See all of our other donations here. The Everson Museum of Art collection features the work of many artists including. Arthur Eugene Baggs, Charles Fergus Binns, Taxile Doat (University City), Fulper Pottery, Griffen Smith and Co.
Grueby, Hampshire Pottery, Jugtown Pottery, Mary Louise McLaughlin, Henry Chapman Mercer, Newcomb Pottery, Maria Longworth Nichols, Dorothea Warren O'Hara, George E. Ohr, Pewabic Pottery, Frederick Hurten Rhead, Adelaide Alsop Robineau, Roseville Pottery, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Artus Van Briggle, Weller Pottery. Russel Barnett Aitken, Laura Andreson, F. Guy Cowan (Cowan Pottery Studio), Idris Eckhardt, Waylande Desantis Gregory, Maija Grotell, Thomas Samuel Haile, Maria Martinez, Gertrude and Otto Natzler, Henry Varnum Poor, Ted Randall, Herbert Sanders, Edwin and Mary Scheier, Viktor Schrekengost, Carl Walters, Vally Wieselthier, Frans Wildenhain, Marguerite Wildenhain, Thelma Frazier Winter, Beatrice Wood, Russel Wright. Robert Arneson, Rudy Autio, Ralph Bacerra, Tony Buonagurio, Mark Burns, Elena Karina Canavier, Val Cushing, Stephen De Staebler, Richard Devore, Rick Dillingham, Jack Earl, Ken Ferguson, Mary Frank, Helen Frankenthaler, Viola Frey, Cliff Garten, David Gilhooly, John Glick, Chris Gustin, Wayne Higby, Rick Hirsch, Margie Hughto, Ka Kwong Hui, Jun Kaneko, Karen Karnes, Susan and Steven Kemenyffy, Anne Kraus, Marilyn Levine, Roy Lichtenstein, Ken Little, Michael Lucero, Glen Lukens, Phillip Maberry, Jim Makins, Graham Marks, John Mason, Harrison McIntosh, Leza McVey, Judy Moonelis, Ron Nagle, Reuben Nakian, Win Ng, Richard Notkin, Jeff Oestreich, Kenneth (Ken) Price, Elsa Rady, Daniel Rhodes, Jerry Rothman, Adrian Saxe, Richard Shaw, Peter Shire, Paul Solder, Rudolf Staffel, Toshiko Takaezu, Robert Turner, Peter Voulkos, Betty Woodman, William Wyman, Arnold (Arnie) Zimmerman.The item "Hopi Tribe Large Deer Jar 1880s Native American Indian pottery storage Jar" is in sale since Thursday, May 12, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Pottery". The seller is "studiopottery" and is located in Berkeley, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.