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The De Morgans | The De Morgan Foundation

William De Morgan was the most important ceramic artist of the Arts and Crafts Movement. He was born on 16th November 1839 into an intellectual family of French Huguenot descent. William's father, Augustus De Morgan, was the first Professor of Mathematics at the newly founded University College London and he is an important figure in the history of the subject. His mother, Sofia Elizabeth Frend, campaigned alongside Elizabeth Fry in the early 19th century to promote prison reform and held…

Evelyn De Morgan - Aurore Triumphans by Evelyn De Morgan

feelies Rose Cabat (b. 1914) is one of the United States' most reclusive ceramists, and certainly one of the oldest of the few well-known mid-20th century ceramists still alive and producing today. Cabat has spent the better part of the past fifty-four years perfecting the forms of the "feelies" imbuing them with a Zen perfection. Like Gertrud Natzler, who when asked why she continued throwing bowls replied she was after Bill Bush

"It is indeed unusual to find two people so gifted, so entirely in harmony in their art, who acted and reacted on each other's genius. Their romance is one before which the pen falters..." said an old friend of the De Morgans ~ William (1839-1917) and Evelyn (1855-1919) De Morgan

Earthbound Artist: Evelyn De Morgan

Evelyn de Morgan - 'The Prisoner - 1907.

Boreas and Oreithyia, 1896 - Evelyn De Morgan