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  • George Ohr Biloxi 1880s-1909 Studio Art Pottery Bisque Ceramic Pitcher Vessel Exceptional bisque, earthenware pinched and folded paper thin design. Excellent original condition. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom signed by George E. Ohr. Pitcher is 3" tall and 7 1/4" wide from spout to handle. Superior, investment quality, estate fresh vase and guaranteed orignial Ohr. George Ohr, the self-proclaimed "Mad Potter of Biloxi," was a ceramic artist who lived and worked in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Ohr's work is characterized by its eccentricity and irregularity. Ohr was born in Biloxi, Mississippi in 1857. He began his career as a potter in the 1880s, working in the traditional Southern style of salt-glazed stoneware. However, Ohr was not content to stick to convention, and he began to experiment with clay and glaze techniques. This led to the development of his signature style, which was often called "modernist" or "abstract." Ohr's work was not well-received by his contemporaries. In fact, he was often ridiculed for his unconventional approach to pottery. However, Ohr continued to produce his unique ceramics, and today his work is highly sought after by collectors.

    George Ohr Biloxi 1880s-1909 Studio Art Pottery Bisque Ceramic Pitcher Vessel - BPS6H6NK0