Edward Diers (Ohio, 1871 – 1947)
Untitled (landscape), early 20th century
Vellum glaze on ceramic
Signed to the lower right
Presented in period frame
Edward Diers was a Cincinnati artist who worked at Rookwood Pottery from 1896 until 1931. He studied at the Ohio Mechanics Institute, Indiustrial Art School and the Cincinnati Art Academy. Diers was particularly known for his use of Vellum glaze and depicting landscapes on his Rookwood pieces, as is exhibited in this work.
- tonal variations to glaze; minor wear to frame.
- measures frame; visible image measures 7" W x 5.5" H.