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Joseph David Broudo Red Glazed Ceramic Vase

Joseph David Broudo Red Glazed Ceramic Vase

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Item: Vase

Make: Joseph David Broudo (United States)

Age: Circa 1950

Construction: Pottery

Dimensions: 4 1/2" Tall x 4 3/4" Diameter

Condition: Excellent pre-owned vintage condition. No chips, cracks, or crazing. Please see photos. 

Details: Short, round handmade pottery vase with high gloss glaze in shades of red with nearly black streaks. The inside of the lip is glazed an eggshell white. Bottom is incised with "Broudo" and a triangle.

Joseph David Broudo was born in Baltimore, Md., in 1920. He graduated from Alfred University in New York State in 1946 and immediately moved to Beverly to become the Director of the Art Department at Endicott College. While at Endicott, he earned his Master’s Degree from Boston University. David was most at home when blending his talents for teaching and creating art. His artwork received international attention with ceramic pieces on display in Italy and New Delhi. He also contributed to the grand prize winning United States entry in an international exhibit in Belgium, and had his work selected to show in the New York World’s Fair in 1964 and 1965. His work is represented in permanent collections at Mills College in California, at the University of Iowa, and in private collections throughout the US, Europe and Japan, and was displayed in galleries throughout the United States.

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