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Tile


Image - Tile
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Nom de l'objet : Tile
Artiste ou artisan : Deichmann Pottery
Catégorie de l'objet : STRUCTURES
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Building Component
Matériaux : Clay
Technique de fabrication : Glazed
Numéro d'accession : 2004.290.474
Nom de la collection : Deichmann Collection
Province d'origine : New Brunswick
Pays d'origine : Canada
Province d'utilisation : New Brunswick
Pays d'utilisation : Canada
Date de début de production : 1935
Date de fin de production : 1963
Description : A square pottery tile that is greyish/blue in colour.. Three, approximately 1 cm wide grooves on the back.
Commentaires : "Goofus" pattern on tile - a stylized deer looking at a plant, both dark blue. This is a Deichmann pattern. A product of Erica and Kjeld Deichmann who are among the earliest craftspeople in Canada to set up a studio and to make a living by selling their work. Their careers span from 1935 until Kjeld's death in 1963. In the spring of 1934, the Deichmanns set up the pottery studio in Summerville, NB on the Kingston Peninsula, later christened Dykelands after the small dykes on the property. Kjeld's forms, with their narrow necks and sinuous lines, and Erica's subtle glaze colours and elegant surface painting had a profound effect on North American design and fashion in the late 1950s. Visitors were welcomed at Dykelands, but eventually the volume of visitors, especially in the summers, put considerable pressure on the social life of the family and hampered Erica's and Kjeld's research with clays and glazes, and in 1956, the family moved to Sussex, New Brunswick. Throughout the years Deichmann ceramics have been included in exhibitions across Canada and the United States and in several European countries. Their work has become very collectable. The Canadian Museum of Civilization holds over 160 pieces of their pottery, as well a significant holding of related photographic and print archival material. The work of the Deichmann's was celebrated at the CMC in the 1991-1992 exhibit, The Turning Point: The Deichmann Pottery, 1935-1963, which went on to tour across Canada.
Fonctions : May be used as a building tile (eg: decorative wall), for decoration or as a trivet.
Hauteur : 1
Largeur : 10.1
Unité de mesure linéaire : cm
Nombre d'objets : 1
Étiquette ou poinçon : Deichmann logo
Établissement : John Fisher Memorial Museum
Ville de l'établissement : Kingston
Province de l'établissement : New Brunswick
Site web de l'établissement : http://www.kingstonnb.ca  

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