Paul St Gaudens
(1900 - 1954)
Paul St. Gaudens was active/lived in Vermont, New Hampshire, Florida, Ohio. Paul St Gaudens is known for pottery, ceramics.
Born in Flint, Ohio, Paul St. Gaudens was a potter and ceramist, who studied at the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the British Academy, and in Paris at the Julian Academy and the Grande Chaumiere.
He was also a student of Alexander Archipenko and Frank Applegate and was a member of the Cornish Colony in New Hampshire. There he was a potter at the Orchard Kilns, gave lectures on Arts and Crafts, and contributed to Craft Horizon Magazine.