Introduction
Eva Striker Zeisel (born Éva Amália Striker, November 13, 1906 – December 30, 2011) was a Hungarian-born American industrial designer known for her work with ceramics, primarily from the period after she immigrated to the United States. Her forms are often abstractions of the natural world and human relationships. Work from throughout her prodigious career is included in important museum collections across the world. Zeisel declared herself a "maker of useful things".
Wikidata
Q216141
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Introduction
Modernist designer known primarily for ceramic tableware designed in the mid-20th century. She was the first female designer to have a show mounted at the Museum of Modern Art.
Nationalities
Hungarian, American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Ceramicist, Teacher, Designer, Furniture Designer, Industrial Designer
Names
Eva Zeisel, Eva Alexandrovina Polanyi Stricker, Mrs. Alexander Weissburg, Eva Amalia Striker
Ulan
500092239
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