Peter Voulkos, Anatnom
Stoneware and porcelain with pass-throughs; glaze
41 inches high x 12 x 12-1/2 inches
Signed and dated
Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire.
Collection of Michael and Julie Hall and Estelle Friedman.
Collection of Estelle E. Friedman.
Collection of the Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire. Museum Purchase, The Ed and Mary Scheier Acquisition Fund, 2009.8.
Quay Gallery, San Francisco, Peter Voulkos: Ceramics, 16 April-4 May 1974.
Kemper Gallery, Kansas City Art Institute, Missouri, Peter Voulkos Ceramics, 14 January-1 February 1975. Traveled to Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia. 22 February-22 March, 1975.
Braunstein Quay Gallery, New York, Sam Tchakalian/Peter Voulkos. 28 October-29 November 1975.
The Detroit Institute of Arts. Selected Works by Peter Voulkos (in conjunction with 1976 Michigan Crafts Exhibition). 14 January-7 March 1976. Catalogue, ill.
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 #123.
Sezon Museum of Art, Tokyo. Peter Voulkos Retrospective, 2 January-20 February 1995. Traveled to the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, 28 February-2 April 1995, catalogue, ill. p. 88, color plate 67.
Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, New Hampshire and the American Studio Craft Movement, 1 June 2012-17 April 2013.
Hall, Julie. Tradition and Change: The New American Craftsman, New York: E.P. Dutton, 1979, ill. p. 78.
Photo: © Jeffrey Nintzel; Courtesy of the Currier Museum of Art
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