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Ursula Morley-Price

(British b.1936)

British artist living in France, Ursula Morley-Price works primarily in a stoneware, hand building delicate yet bold forms often with complex rippling spines and flanges in muted glazes.  

She studied at Camberwell School of Art in the early 60’s and began as a practicing ceramicist soon after graduating in 1963. She moved to France in 1973 with her husband and split her time, working both from London and France. She now exclusively works in her workshop in Charente and continues to exhibit worldwide.

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A white stoneware 'Flange Bowl' made by Ursula Morley-Price in circa 2007 sold at auction by Maak Contemporary Ceramics



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