Grueby Pottery & Tiles Photos

Grueby Faience Company of Revere, MA, was founded in 1894 by William Henry Grueby. It produced Arts and Crafts Movement vases and tiles. Grueby is noted for the ceramic tiles it produced for New York Subway stations.

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Art & crafts vase by Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Grueby Faience vase attrib. to George Prentiss Kendrick at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Earthenware vase attrib. George Prentiss Kendrick for Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Grueby Elephant Texture vase at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.
Art & crafts vase (c1897) by Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Grueby Faience vase (1898-1902) attrib. to George Prentiss Kendrick at LACMA. Los Angeles, CA.Earthenware vase (1903-9) attrib. George Prentiss Kendrick for Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Grueby Elephant Texture vase at Kirkland Museum. Denver, CO.
Earthenware daffodil vase by Grueby Pottery at Currier Museum of Art. Manchester, NH.Earthenware vase by Ruth Erickson of Grueby Pottery Co. of Boston, MA at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.Glazed earthenware vase by Grueby Pottery, Boston, MA at Smithsonian American Art Museum. Washington, DC.Six vases by Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Earthenware daffodil vase (c1907) by Grueby Pottery at Currier Museum of Art. Manchester, NH.Earthenware vase (c1907) by Ruth Erickson of Grueby Pottery Co. of Boston, MA at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.Glazed earthenware vase (c1910) by Grueby Pottery, Boston, MA at Smithsonian American Art Museum. Washington, DC.Six vases (c1899-1912) by Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Art & crafts ceramic tile by Addison B. LeBouttillier for Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.The pines earthenware tiles by Addison Le Boutillier for Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Bleeker St. subway station tiles by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.Astor Place tiles subway station by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.
Art & crafts ceramic tile (c1906-19) by Addison B. LeBouttillier for Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.The pines earthenware tiles (1906) by Addison Le Boutillier for Grueby Faience Co. of Boston, MA at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Bleeker St. subway station tiles by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.Astor Place tiles subway station by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.
Beaver tiles in Astor Place subway station by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.Eagle with #14 shield tiles in 14th St. subway station by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.Eagle with #33 shield tiles in 33rd St. subway station by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.
Beaver tiles in Astor Place subway station by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.Eagle with #14 shield tiles in 14th St. subway station by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.Eagle with #33 shield tiles in 33rd St. subway station by Grueby Faience Company. New York, NY.

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