Peter Voulkos, Image for Graves
Stoneware with glaze
30-3/4 x 12-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.
Collection of William Hawken.
Collection of Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.
M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco. Association of San Francisco Potters Eleventh Exhibition, 1 December 1960-3 January 1961. Catalogue, checklist #8.
San Francisco Museum of Art. Peter Voulkos: A Retrospective: 1948-1978. (organized by the American Crafts Council, New York) 17 February-2 April 1978. Traveled. Checklist #75.
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. West Coast Ceramics, 22 September-11 November 1979. Catalogue, checklist #34, ill. p. 14.
Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht, The Netherlands. CERAMIX: Ceramics in Art from Rodin to Schütte, 16 October 2015-31 January 2016. Traveled to La Maison Rouge, Paris, 9 March-5 June 2016. Catalogue/book, ill. p. 148.
Tate St. Ives, England. That Continuous Thing: Artists & the Ceramics Studio, 1920-Today, 31 March-3 September 2017. Catalogue, ill. p. 81.
Uchida, Yoshiko. Letter from San Francisco, Craft Horizons, January/February 1961, ill. p. 40.
Frankenstein, Alfred. Voulkos Gave Creative Precedence to Clay, San Francisco Chronicle, February 26, 1978, ill. p. 58.
Slivka, Rose and Karen Tsujimoto. The Art of Peter Voulkos, Kodansha International in collaboration with The Oakland Museum, 1995; ill. p. 72, plate 27.
MacNaughton, Mary Davis, ed. Clay’s Tectonic Shift: John Mason, Ken Price and Peter Voulkos, 1956-1968, Getty Publications in association with the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College, Claremont, California, 2012, ill. p. 137, color plate 55.
Harrod, Tanya. Causing Trouble with Clay, Tate Etc, Spring 2017, Issue 39, ill. p. 40.
Photo: © Schopplein Studio
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