Richard Lincoln RML Mid Century Texas Art Pottery (1973) 14.5"x10"x 6"
Texas Hill Country Treasures is proud to offer this substantial example of a stunning Richard Lincoln piece of art pottery that was recently acquired at an important San Antonio estate in one of the prominent historical districts. This stoneware vase is signed RML 73, and even retains the original cloth tape label with original price from the artist. The dimensions of the vase measure approximately 14 1/2" tall x 10" wide & a depth of 6". Approximate weight is 14.5 lbs.
Richard Lincoln, Richard M. Lincoln (RML)
1929-2009 Died, Fort Worth, Texas
His work has been exhibited in the Dallas Museum of Art, Detroit Museum of Art, Ft. Worth Art Center Museum, Everson Museum of Art in New York, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, Witte Museum, and the University of Michigan where he did his doctoral studies.
1955-1957Potters Guild, Ann Arbor, Michigan
1950BA University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
1951MA University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PRIMARY WORK EXPERIENCE
1957—1987Associate Professor, French literature and ceramics, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
Richard Lincoln studied with Rhoda Lopez and J. T. Abernathy at the Potter’s Guild in Ann Arbor Michigan. He went on to have a long career as an educator and functional potter. His thrown stoneware pieces are glazed with minimal patterns and are clear examples of the mid-century aesthetic favoring simple forms and glaze patterns.
Ceramics Monthly. June 1961.