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Adelaide Alsop Robineau

 (1865 - 1929)
Adelaide Alsop Robineau was active/lived in New York, Connecticut.  Adelaide Robineau is known for ceramic, pottery design and decoration, ivory miniature, teaching.

Adelaide Alsop Robineau

The following information was written by Barbara Nicholson Bell, and published on "Syracuse Then and Now",

Adelaide Alsop Robineau, Master Ceramist

Art & Antiques Magazine calls The Scarab Vase by Adelaide Alsop Robineau the most important piece of American ceramics in the past century. The home and studio Robineau built for herself still stand on Robineau Road, overlooking Onondaga Park in Strathmore.

On July 5, 2000, a rare piece of ceramic sculpture was sold by the JMW Gallery of Boston, Massachusetts for the price of $162,000. The covered jar, sold from one private collection to another, established the record price for Adelaide Alsop Robineau's body of work to that date. (Maine Ant  ...  Displaying 750 of 5209 characters.

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About  Adelaide Alsop Robineau

Born:  1865 - Middletown, Connecticut
Died:   1929 - Syracuse, New York
Known for:  ceramic, pottery design and decoration, ivory miniature, teaching