Patrick Loughran

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts Catalog

Accession no: 1999.8.12 A-E Type of work: Ceramic

Permanent Collection

Artist/creator: Patrick Loughran

Artist biography: Patrick Loughran made this prototype for cup designs while he was still working in New York City. He has since moved to Paris where he has become one of the leading figures in the French ceramics world. He received a BA degree in Political Science from Columbia University in 1970 and an MA in Sculpture and Crafts from Teachers College, Columbia University in 1975.

Title of work: Aqua Blue – 5 piece place setting
Date of item: 1988
Signed: signed and dated on the bottom of each piece
Dimensions: Large plate 11 ½” d; medium plate 8 1/8”diameter; bowl 6 ¼” diameter; saucer 6 3/8” diameter; cup 3”h x 5 3’4”w (29.21; 20.6375; 15.875; 16.1925; 7.62 x 14.605 cm)

Description: 5 piece plate setting consisting of a large plate, medium plate, small bowl, cup and saucer, all of which stack up one atop the other. High gloss finish with aqua blue, black lines and white design. The rims of all the pieces are edged in gold.

Material: clay
Medium: Ceramic
Country of origin: United States
Descriptors: Ceramicists; Ceramics
See also: (Related descriptors)
Artist, ceramics
Artists, ceramic
Ceramic artist
Ceramic ware
Clark and Del Vecchio Collection

Condition: Good

Provenance: Donated to SAMFA in November 1999 by Garth Clark Gallery, who acquired it from the artist.

Donor information:
Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio, Garth Clark Gallery

Cataloger name: Karen Zimmerly
Date: August 11, 2005
Sources used: Museum file