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In the 1860's, Henry Doulton became interested in the creative endeavors taking place at the Lambeth School of Art. Persuaded by John Sparkes, principal of the school, Henry employed a few students to work on an experimental basis with his stoneware material. The first students produced their rather simple pieces at the art school, which were then fired at the Doulton Factory.
Henry Doulton gave each of his new students free reign to experiment and develop his or her own unique style. He created an artistic environment where no official guidelines had to be followed. The Barlow family - Hannah, Florence and Arthur, along with Mark V. Marshall, Frank A. Butler and a host of other scupltors thrived at the new studio.
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Pitcher with Crane Panels
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