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Art Deco Glass René Lalique is the most celebrated Art Deco designer in glass. He began his artistic career as a jeweler in Paris after
Chihuly describes his Persians as poetic experimental glass forms – an exploration of form, shape and color with asymmetrical swirling patterns. He used his translucent
This Doulton clock, teeming with mice enjoying a Menagerie show, is the latest addition to our Carnival & Cabaret exhibit, courtesy of collector Don Kendall.
Wedgwood blue and white Jasper ware is the most iconic style of British ceramic art at WMODA. Jasper was the result of years of experimentation
Clarice Cliff was the diva of British Art Deco ceramics and a pioneering woman in the Staffordshire Pottery industry. She was the first woman to
As we prepare for our Fantastique exhibition at WMODA, we are discovering how mask-wearing has retained its appeal from ancient Greek theater via the Venetian