Introduction
Gertrud Amon Natzler (7 July 1908 – 3 June 1971) was an Austrian-American ceramicist, who together with her husband Otto Natzler created some of the most praised ceramics art of the 20th century, helping to elevate ceramics to the status of a fine art.
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Introduction
Viennese ceramicist, who worked collaboratively with her husband Otto Natzler. She would create clay forms and he would invent glazes for them. They began their ceramics workshop in Vienna, but relocated to Los Angeles, California when Austria was annexed by Germany under the Nazis in 1938. The couple worked together for 37 years until her death in 1971. Otto later glazed the 200 clay forms she left at her death.
Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Ceramicist, Sculptor
Names
Gertrud Natzler, Gertrud Amon, Trude Amon
Ulan
500102866
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