Art

Explore a 19th-century Brooklyn pottery studio

In the late 1800s, Edward Lycett joined Brooklyn's Faience Manufacturing Co. A new show celebrates his work

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    Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature, University of Richmond Museums, Gift of Emma and Jay Lewis, Brooklyn Museum

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910). Faience Manufacturing Co. (1881-1892). "Covered Vase," circa 1887.

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    Brooklyn Museum/Private collection

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910) Faience Manufacturing Co. (1881-1892). "Vase," 1886-90.

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    Collection of Barrie and Deedee Wigmore

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910). Faience Manufacturing Co. (1881-1892). "Vase," 1886-90.

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    Collection of Andrew Van Styn

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910). Faience Manufacturing Co. (1881-1892). "Vase," 1886-90.

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    Collection of Michael and Marjorie Loeb

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910). Faience Manufacturing Co. (1881-1892). "Vase," 1886-90.

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    Nally-Stufano Collection

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910). Faience Manufacturing Co. (1881-1892). "Vase," 1886-90.

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    The Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910). Faience Manufacturing Co. (1881-1892). "Covered Vase," 1889.

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    The Jacobsen Collection

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910). Faience Manufacturing Co. (1881-1892). "Ewer," 1886-90.

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    Collection of Barrie and Deedee Wigmore

    Edward Lycett (American, born England, 1833-1910). Faience Manufacturing Company (1881-1892). "Vase," 1886-90.

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