Newcomb Pottery Photos

Newcomb Pottery was designed by the women of Newcomb College over 50 years starting in 1894. This arts program was conceived to provide women with vocational design skills. The style of Newcomb Pottery is mostly based on that of the English Arts and Crafts movement. About 70,000 distinct designs were produced, many inspired by Louisiana flora & fauna. Newcomb College is affiliated with Tulane University.

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Glazed earthenware vase by Mary G. Sheerer & Joseph Meyer of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.Blue crab vase by Mary Williams Butler of Newcomb College of New Orleans at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Yucca tree vase by Marie de Hoa Leblanc & Joseph Fortuné Meyer of Newcomb College of New Orleans at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Earthenware vase by Joseph Fortuné Meyer & Anna Frances Simpson of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans, LA at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Glazed earthenware vase (c1895-7) by Mary G. Sheerer & Joseph Meyer of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.Blue crab vase (1903) by Mary Williams Butler of Newcomb College of New Orleans at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Yucca tree vase (1906) by Marie de Hoa Leblanc & Joseph Fortuné Meyer of Newcomb College of New Orleans at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Earthenware vase (1908) by Joseph Fortuné Meyer & Anna Frances Simpson of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans, LA at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Loving cup by Marie de Hoa Leblanc & Joseph Fortuné Meyer of Newcomb College of New Orleans at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Glazed earthenware vase by Joseph Meyer of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.Newcomb Pottery earthenware vase by Marie de Hoa LeBlanc at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Newcomb Pottery three handled cup at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.
Loving cup (1908) by Marie de Hoa Leblanc & Joseph Fortuné Meyer of Newcomb College of New Orleans at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Glazed earthenware vase (1911-25) by Joseph Meyer of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.Newcomb Pottery earthenware vase (1903) by Marie de Hoa LeBlanc at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Newcomb Pottery three handled cup at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.
Newcomb Pottery vase with irises at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery teapot & cups at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery blue candlestick with drip tray at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery blue plate with crayfish at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.
Newcomb Pottery vase with irises at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery teapot & cups at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery blue candlestick with drip tray at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery blue plate with crayfish at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.
Newcomb Pottery coffeepot, sugar & creamer with yellow flowers at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery bowl with blue roses at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery bowl with white geese & sunflowers at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery pitcher with three lobed flowers at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.
Newcomb Pottery coffeepot, sugar & creamer with yellow flowers at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery bowl with blue roses at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery bowl with white geese & sunflowers at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery pitcher with three lobed flowers at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.
Newcomb Pottery pitcher with yellow-red berries at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery bluish vase with green fronds at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Collection of Newcomb Pottery at Oak Alley Plantation. Vacherie, LA.Newcomb pottery cup at Houmas House. Burnside, LA.
Newcomb Pottery pitcher with yellow-red berries at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Newcomb Pottery bluish vase with green fronds at Shaw Center for the Arts. Baton Rouge, LA.Collection of Newcomb Pottery at Oak Alley Plantation. Vacherie, LA.Newcomb pottery cup at Houmas House. Burnside, LA.
Newcomb College Pottery vase by Marie M. Ross at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Newcomb College Pottery vase by Sarah Bloom Levy at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Earthenware vase by Sabina Elliott Wells of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans, LA at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Newcomb College Pottery vase by Mazie Teresa Ryan at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.
Newcomb College Pottery vase (c1900) by Marie M. Ross at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Newcomb College Pottery vase (1902) by Sarah Bloom Levy at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Earthenware vase (1902-4) by Sabina Elliott Wells of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans, LA at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Newcomb College Pottery vase (1906) by Mazie Teresa Ryan at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.
Glazed earthenware vase by Henrietta Bailey of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans, LA at Smithsonian American Art Museum. Washington, DC.Newcomb Pottery vases of Louisiana at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Newcomb Pottery earthenware bowl by Mary Given Sheerer at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Earthenware vase by Mary Given Sheerer & by Sadie Irvine both of Newcomb Pottery of New Orleans, LA at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.
Glazed earthenware vase by Henrietta Bailey of Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans, LA at Smithsonian American Art Museum. Washington, DC.Newcomb Pottery vases (1899-1902) of Louisiana at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Newcomb Pottery earthenware bowl (1894-6) by Mary Given Sheerer at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Earthenware vase (1898) by Mary Given Sheerer & (1910) by Sadie Irvine both of Newcomb Pottery of New Orleans, LA at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.

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