• Erika Sanada (Japanese, born 1987)
    Hold It Down. 2018.
  • Franz A. Bischoff (American, born Austria, 1864–1929)
    Red and White Roses Vase. 1908.
  • George Blake (Hupa/Yurok, born 1944)
    Tobacco Basket. 1985.
  • Gertrud and Otto Natzler (American, born Austria, 1908–1971; 1908–2007)
    Bowl. 1943.
  • Gertrud and Otto Natzler (American, born Austria, 1908–1971; 1908–2007)
    Vase. 1961.
  • Gertrud and Otto Natzler (American, born Austria, 1908–1971; 1908–2007)
    Vase. n.d.
  • Grace Young (American, 1869–1947)
    Vase with Portrait of Suriap. 1901.
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Flow Bowl. 2008.
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Molten Blue-Green Crater Bowl. 2005.
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Sunburst Charger. 2003.
  • Jean Renoir (French, 1894–1979)
    Vase avec baigneuses. circa 1920–1924.
  • Josiah Wedgwood & Sons (British, founded 1759)
    Vase with Candlemas Fairyland lustre pattern. design circa 1915, production circa 1915-1932.
  • Jun Kaneko (American, born Japan, 1942)
    Untitled Platter. 1987.
  • Kataro Shirayamadani (American, born Japan, 1865–1948) for Rookwood Pottery
    Vase. 1892.
  • Percy Gray (American, 1869–1952)
    Haviland Plate with Portrait of American Indian. n.d.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Sin Yo Rita. 1992.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Alberto Giacometti. 1985.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Baseball Player. 1986.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Printmaker (Bust of Paul Beckman). 1989.
  • Peter Voulkos (American, 1924–2002)
    Three Stacked Forms. 1977.

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