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Ursula Scheid

1932 - 2008

Ursula Scheid was born in 1932 in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, and studied at the Werkkunstschule in Darmstad.  Following her marriage to Karl Scheid, the two artists shared a studio in Dudelsheim and worked for Rosenthal, a German industrial porcelain company.

Scheid worked in stoneware and porcelain, was influenced by Bernard Leach and Lucie Rie and adhered to German traditions in aesthetic and design.  She was a member of 'The London Group,' which comprised six German potters who first exhibited at Henry Rothschild's gallery, Primavera in the late 1960s.


Group Exhibitions

  1. Small Works, Great Artists 26 February - 21 March 2019