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Vase

Designer:
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
Date:
1927
Geography:
Made in Mid-Atlantic United States, Syracuse, New York, United States
Medium:
Porcelain
Dimensions:
H. 7-1/4 in. (18.4 cm.)
Classification:
Ceramics-Porcelain
Credit Line:
Purchase, Edward C. Moore Jr. Gift, 1928
Accession Number:
29.130.3
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 774
Inscription: Signed and dated (bottom): AR [monogram] / 1927
American Federation of Arts, New York (until 1929; sold to MMA)

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "International Exhibition of Ceramic Art," October 1–28, 1928, no. 376.

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art. "International Exhibition of Ceramic Art," November 12–December 9, 1928, no. 376.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts. "International Exhibition of Ceramic Art," December 27, 1928–January 30, 1929, no. 376.

Cleveland Museum of Art. "International Exhibition of Ceramic Art," February 21–March 21, 1929, no. 376.

Baltimore Museum of Art. "International Exhibition of Ceramic Art," April 8–May 4, 1929, no. 376.

Detroit Institute of Arts. "International Exhibition of Ceramic Art," May 20–June 10, 1929, no. 376.

Newark Museum Association. "International Exhibition of Ceramic Art," June 24–July 21, 1929, no. 376.

Pittsburgh. Carnegie Institute. "International Exhibition of Ceramic Art," August 12–September 9, 1929, no. 376.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "A Memorial Exhibition of Porcelain and Stoneware by Adelaide Alsop Robineau, 1865–1929," November 18, 1929–January 19, 1930, no. 68.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Women China Decorators in The Metropolitan Museum of Art," October 10, 2001–April 14, 2002, no catalogue.

Syracuse, N. Y. Everson Museum of Art. "Only an Artist: Adelaide Alsop Robineau, American Studio Potter," March 11–May 21, 2006, no. 72.

"Federation of Arts Exhibition." Design 30 (December 1928), ill. p. 123.

J[oseph]. B[reck]. "Accessions and Notes: Modern Decorative Arts." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 24 (October 1929), p. 270.

Ethel Brand Wise. "Adelaide Alsop Robineau—American Ceramist." American Magazine of Art 20 (December 1929), pp. 688–89, ill.

S. E. Robineau. "Adelaide Alsop-Robineau." Design 30 (April 1929), ill. pp. 204, 208.

Leslie Gorman. "Inventory of Robineau's Works in Public Collections in the United States." Adelaide Alsop Robineau: Glory in Porcelain. Ed. Peg Weiss. Syracuse, N. Y., 1981, p. 186, no. 268, ill.



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