25 watercolour paintings of nineteenth century pottery by Emily Sutton
Emily Sutton has made a series of watercolours of the pottery – plates, mugs and jugs – found on her dresser. They are a charming set, full of the quaint and fascinating subjects which the Victorians felt appropriate, mostly for the moral benefit of their children. The paintings are delightful and quickly sold at the York Open Studios weekend in 2014.
These are now published together in a very long accordion-fold book measuring 275 mm square and extending to a gigantic 8 metres long. They are hard-bound in a design using the watercolours, and held in a slipcase with a label. Emily has drawn a title page specially for the book, and signs each of the 250 copies.
The book was published at Emily's November 2014 show at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
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