Adelaide Robineau - Anemone - 1907

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Michael Kessel

Little Mountain, United States

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Paper Sizing Information

Small 12" x 16"
Medium 16" x 20"
Large 18" x 24"
X large 24" x 32"
Note: 1" - 2" minimum borders will be added around images and will vary depending on the appropriate aspect ratio to fit each paper size. Images are centered and 'padded' for non-standard sized images.


  • Custom sized prints (with various border widths)
  • Gallery quality vibrant colours
  • Lightly textured 100% cotton paper
  • Refer to size chart for dimensions if self framing

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Artist's Description

Adelaide Alsop Robineau was arguably the most important single figure in early 20th-century decorative arts. Where most potters and potteries were working in earthenware, she explored the depths and redefined the heights of porcelain. The average production of contemporary American decorative-art producers, from Louis C. Tiffany to George Ohr and the Rookwood Pottery, numbered thousands, if not tens of thousands of objects. Robineau topped out at 600, by her family’s count, and many of those were small test pieces serving mostly as means to a loftier end.

Additionally, Robineau was a publisher of one of the most important American design magazines, Keramic Studio, which gave voice to otherwise unsung American and European artists and designers, many of whom were women who would have remained on the margins in a male-dominated, “fine arts” centered mind set.

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