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Oxford Ceramic Group Lecture - Shared screen with speaker view
Olia Harris
01:23:15
We could hear Anne before she was designated host, Matthew.
Ellen
01:23:33
hello from New York
Brittany Luberda
01:55:10
I would be so grateful to see more illustrations of Manchester Art Treasures 1857 if you know of any. I am looking for the Sèvres vases lent by the Duke of Newcastle.
Leela Meinertas
01:56:57
Could the subject possibly be Daughters of Lot?
AT
02:15:51
Thank you for the invitation to join the lecture. Really enjoyed it and hope to join the group again.
Jill
02:17:36
Thank you for a wonderful lecture
Maria Florencia Rodriguez Giavarini
02:18:09
Thank you very much for a wonderful presentation. I joined from Buenos Aires, ehere there are many fine collections of European porcelain, so found this most interesting and educating!!!
Errol manners@rare-ceramics.com
02:18:33
did Huntington pays the same sort of prices for his Sevres?
Brittany Luberda
02:19:05
I would love to know more about the blousy all-over florals over gold ground. Do you think it's a part of the 18th-century passion for 17th-century Dutch painting?
CNC
02:19:15
A wonderful lecture. Learned so much. THANK YOU, from Lisbon!
Kate Hill U Glasgow student
02:19:17
Thank you, great lecture!!!
Ellen
02:20:30
thank you. Most lovely presentation
Patricia Knight
02:20:48
Great lecture. Interesting history of the provenance. See them at the Huntington even if not in original cabinets. Wow factor still there. You made my day. Pat Knight
Tessa Murdoch
02:20:49
Are there any links between figure subjects on Chelsea vases and Nicholas Sprimont's personal collection of paintings?
Sheila Davies
02:21:40
Thank you so much Anne. Still as wonderful a lecturer as the days at Southampton Institute when l was one of your students!
Chris Riddle
02:21:56
Great lecture! Well done Anne.
Kate Hill U Glasgow student
02:22:47
I have a question: How did British collectors view their Chelsea pieces in relation to the Sevres from which they were often derived? Did they think Chelsea was going the French one better, was it “second best”, or was it understood simply as part of the general fashion?
Tessa Murdoch
02:23:05
Reminds me of painted gilded leather panels
Catherine Powell
02:25:43
wonderful lecture. Catherine
Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth
02:28:12
‘old’ Sèvres porcelain always tended to dominate on the market in the second half of the 19thC, especially in terms of cost
Shirley Mueller
02:28:20
Did Huntington bargain with Duveen? What would you say about their relationship? Did it go beyond a business-client? Shirley M. Mueller, Indianapolis/NYC
Kate Hill U Glasgow student
02:30:01
Thank you. Very informative and helpful.
Nicholas Panes
02:33:44
Thanks for a great lecture!
Tessa Murdoch
02:34:25
Thank you host and speaker. Inspiring session!