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Artist / Maker : Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
Title : Untitled (Wedgwood Plaque)
Date (Execution) : 19th C.
Geographical Origin : England
Cultural Group : British
Style / Period : DA Victorian 1840-1900
Medium / Material  : Stoneware (Jasper Ware)
Support / Technique :
Object Type : cameos (sculptures); reliefs (sculptures)
Visual Description : Three Greco-Roman style figures in white relief on a matte green ground. Central figure is female and fully robed, standing in contraposto with her left hand on her hip and her right hand holding a staff topped with a foliating egg shape. The left figure, also female, has her right arm and lower body draped in a cloth and is looking towards the center as she raises a cup in her right hand. The left figure is male, with cloth draped over his neck and lower body. His left hand is upraised and pointing left, while his right hand holds his toga. They stand on a thin white strip of grass.
Accession # : U003.5.10
Width (cm) : 22.50
Height (cm) : 16.00
Depth (cm) : 2.80
Mandatory Credit : Gift of Dr. Bruce L. and Mrs. Dorothy E. Brown
Artist Statement :