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Van Briggle story

Dorothy McGraw Bogue

Van Briggle story

by Dorothy McGraw Bogue

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Published by Bogue in [Colorado Springs? Colo.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Van Briggle, Artus, 1869-1904.,
    • Potters -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Pottery, American.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 50-52.

      Statementby Dorothy McGraw Bogue.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK4210.V35 B6 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination60 p. :
      Number of Pages60
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4884378M
      LC Control Number76014139

      Van Briggle Pottery was established in Colorado Springs, Colorado by Artus and Anne Van Briggle. Both were accomplished artists, with Artus previously employed by Rookwood Pottery as the leading director and who created matt glaze formulas inspired by the Chinese Ming Dynasty pottery. Earlier pottery came in blue, brown, green, and red matt glazes, while pieces made after include yellow. This is a "Van Briggle Story" book by Dorothy McGraw Bogue. It measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2" and contains 60 pages detailing the history of Van Briggle Pottery with many pictures. It .

      Artus Van Briggle settled in Colorado Springs in after establishing himself as a notable artist with the Rookwood Pottery of Ohio. With Anne Louise (née Gregory), his new wife, Artus began exploring the Art Nouveau style in their pottery creations, drawing awards and accolades from the American and European art communities. Although he was a talented painter who had displayed and won. The book took three years to assemble and a lifetime of collecting and researching bringing a whole new approach to Van Briggle collectin 3/5(1).

      Van Briggle Pottery: | | Van Briggle Pottery | | | ||| | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the. The Van Briggle Pottery was founded in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in by Artus and Anne Van Briggle. The pottery favored the Art Nouveau style. The pottery favored the Art Nouveau style. It is still operating today, making it the oldest continuously operating art pottery in the United States.


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This is an essential reference guide for the van Briggle enthusiast. Although some of the photos aren't great, there is an extensive section with bottom marks that differentiate dates, locations, and artists involved in pottery production. Especially helpful on the early period production.

There are also pictures of very rare early forms/5(3). The object of this story is to reveal some of the hitherto unpublished facets of painter-potter Artus Van Briggle’s life, and to preserve along with other Colorado Greats, the efforts of his skill.

Van Briggle moved to Colorado Springs for health reasons inand through the genius of his mind and hands his contribution to Art has endured 5/5(1). Book Accessories Children's Books Art & Photography Books Vintage Van Briggle Pottery Flower Vase, Van Briggle Mulberry Art Pottery, Van Briggle Coneflower Daisy Bud Vase, Vintage s Pottery RD1Vintage.

From shop RD1Vintage. 5 out of 5 stars () reviews. VAN BRIGGLE POTTERY Large HORSE FIGURINES BOOK ENDS 2 Pair WHITE STUNNING!. RARE. $ $ shipping. Watch. Van Briggle Pottery HOPI INDIAN GIRL Sitting Grinding Corn Dish Aqua Blue MB. $ Van Briggle Art Pottery RARE Huge Garden Frog Toad Figure Glossy Green Glazes.

$ Large Vintage Art Deco VAN BRIGGLE Handmade. Happy to hear you received one. I have no more. CSPM was the only other outlet for my books, as well as the Revised Catalogue of Van Briggle Designs by Robert Wyman Newton. When he & I worked on the update from his edition; we added almost new designs.

Van Briggle Art Pottery. Van Briggle Pottery opened its doors in in Colorado Springs and closed them in During their year run, they produced a variety of vases, pottery, and other items in what is known as the art nouveau style.

,20,21 Marked with the VB logo, Van Briggle, and usually having "19", "20", or "21" 21 Marked with the VB logo, Van Briggle, and date: Marked with VB logo, Van Briggle, and U.S.A. Picture To Come 's Marked with VB logo, Van Briggle Colo.

Spgs. Mostly block lettering: Picture To Come. Van Briggle pottery was first produced in the spring of (some sources cite ) by Artus Van Briggle in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

As an accomplished painter, he studied in France in the late s while employed for Rookwood Pottery and garnered an appreciation for Art Nouveau styles while abroad. He left his position as a decorator with Rookwood and moved from Ohio to Colorado for.

By Date Information on dating Van Briggle was written by Robert Wyman Newton for his Catalogue of Van Briggle Designs; and as a co-author of A Collector’s Guide to Van Briggle Pottery. Robert graciously permitted me to utilize his information in my book. This is information which you can categorize by using your own pottery pieces.

The Van Briggle studios produce the early designs of its founders, Artus and Anne Van Briggle, as well as pieces created over the years that compliment their celebrated style, in a variety of colors -- both historic and contemporary. Calla Garden. NEW Limited Edition designed by artist Craig Stevenson.

Kathy Honea is a Van Briggle collector, and recently authored the book \"Van Briggle Notes,\" which covers the period from Artus Van Briggle\'s birth to She and her husband, Bob Teas, spent several years traveling the United Stated to places of Van Briggle-related importance, and was encouraged by previous authors to document their findings.

Anna Van - The True Story. For many years there has been discussion and heated argument about the circumstances surrounding the "Anna" incision on the bottom of some Van Briggle pieces.

Some Dryden Pottery folks claim that Van Briggle commissioned a line of pottery to be made at their plant in honor of the late Anne Van Briggle, wife and then. Van Briggle Pottery - Current Shapes, Marks and Glazes Similar to Vintage Pieces. Most collectibles have some means of identification–factory mark, catalog shape, reference books, specific finishes or color.

Van Briggle Pottery, however, often requires a close. 1) Van Briggle pot with leaf design in matte blue-green with green-gray leaves. Marked on bottom with Van Briggle; Group of Roseville & Van Briggle potteryGroup of Roseville & Van Briggle pottery items. 4 pieces. Includes pair of blue floral Roseville ''book'' bookends and two blue Van Briggle.

How much is your Van Briggle Art Pottery worth. Research 5, Van Briggle Art Pottery prices and auction results in Home & Garden. Learn the market value of your Van Briggle Art Pottery. Dating Van Briggle pieces from the s thru the s is easy because there is an evident change in the clay colors when compared to earlier pieces.

Since the s, the Van Briggle mark has included artisan’s initials or monograms on pieces. Most recently, Van Briggle pieces produced in the 21st Century are marked with a “V”. The Van Briggle Story [Dorothy McGraw Bogue, B&W Photographs] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Van Briggle Pottery Company built its success on soft dull (matte) glazes. After Artus died inthe business was taken over by his wife Anna and was renamed the Van Briggle Company.

The business was reorganized again in as Van Briggle Pottery and Tile Company. Anna's involvement ended about Van Briggle story.

[Colorado Springs], [Printed by Dentan-Berkeland Print. Co.] (OCoLC) Named Person: Artus Van Briggle; Artus Van Briggle: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy McGraw Bogue. These authors present a historical account of the events which led to the founding of Van Briggle Pottery.

They focus on pieces which deviate from the usual Van Briggle line of Ming, Moonglo. Mulberry & Persian Rose.5/5(1).