"A respected potter for over sixty years, Lucie Rie is the world's most distinguished ceramic artist. This new book tells the story of her life, her friendship with Bernard Leach and Hans Coper, and illustrates a wide range of work from tableware to specially commissioned pots". -Inside flap.
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