Selected objects from the permanent collection of the Miami University Art Museum, including holdings from Cincinnati's Rookwood Pottery.
green glazed vase, narrower at the top and widening at the base, decorated with a raised pattern of vegetation.
Bud vase, yellow cala lily with single leaf. High yellow glaze with crazing.
Green glazed vase, narrower at the top and widening at the base, decorated with a raised pattern of vegetation.
small, ginger jar shaped vase with blue-green glaze; alternating raised/relief rectangular forms in 2 bands around widest part of body.
Vase with pinched lip, blue/white landscape painting matte glazed.
Low sheen blue-black raven perched on a rectangular base sculpted to imply soft ground or a water's edge.
Cat on its back with head tilted to one side and paws/ feet tucked inward toward body in a playful or sleeping gesture. Soft, subtle features. Ivory matte glaze.
Rookwood "wine madder" maroon-brown high glaze rabbit in crouching position; subtle features and high gloss sheen.
Crouching rabbit with subtle features and surface. Ivory matte glaze.
Framed Rookwood ceramic plaque, painted with landscape scene