Introduction
Marguerite Wildenhain (October 11, 1896 – February 24, 1985), born Marguerite Friedlaender (alternative spelling Friedländer), was an American Bauhaus-trained ceramic artist, educator and author. After immigrating to the United States in 1940, she taught at Pond Farm and wrote three influential books—Pottery: Form and Expression (1959), The Invisible Core: A Potter's Life and Thoughts (1973), and …that We Look and See: An Admirer Looks at the Indians (1979). Artist Robert Arneson described her as "the grande dame of potters,".
Wikidata
Q102204
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Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Ceramicist, Teacher, Writer
Names
Marguerite Wildenhain, Marguerite Friedländer, née Friedlaender Wildenhain
Ulan
500096143
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