Rare Paul Hudgins Vase Form
Incised Paul Hudgins, 1962 and Berea.
No chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs. Minor factory polishing noted at the foot's
glaze build up.
Per the Vasefinder Museum, Paul
Hudgins (1940-1968) had ties to Berea College, Kentucky, where he
was a student for the years of 1962-1965, per the school's registrar.
A memorial exhibition was conducted after his passing in 1968. By
some collectors and fellow artists, he was considered one of the
great functional potters of the American Movement, whose life was
cut very short. He exhibited at the Syracuse Nationals in 1966.
Paul's work is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian and
Cedar Creek Pottery and Gallery of North Carolina. Vasefinder is
offering an outstanding vase form from this important artist of
the Movement. These pots are excessively rare and this is a real
opportunity for the collector of the American Movement. This pot
is sure to complement your Bernard Leach era collection.
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$295.00 plus s/h/i
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