8 x 6.5
Date of Work
C MSC 087-0681 gift
Charles Grantier was one of several graduates of the University of North Dakota who had studied under Margaret Kelly Cable. Grantier went on to become a ceramicist with Dickinson Clay Products Co., and then director of the WPA ceramics project in 1939.
Fish play many roles in human cultures. From economic importance to mythological and religious significance, the fish finds itself as an artistic muse throughout history.
Included in Fables, Insults, and Reverence: The Animals of UND Art Collections Exhibition at the UND Art Collections Gallery in the Empire Arts Center
pots (containers); green (color); fish; ceramics (objects); vessels (containers)
Seal. Grantier Feb. 1931 etched in bottom.
Stored: UND Pottery Collection Box 28
UND Art Collections Repository
Grantier, Charles (Happy), "C MSC 087-0681 Gift, Green tropical fish vase" (1931). UND Pottery Collection. 276.
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