The Ceramic Tiles and Murals of Jean Nison

Title

The Ceramic Tiles and Murals of Jean Nison

Subject

Mid-20th century modern ceramic tile artist Jean Nison (1922- )

Description

A discussion of the ceramic tile murals of Jean Nison (b. 1922), who is an almost-forgotten mid-20th century modern ceramic artist. Nison was active from the early 1950s through the mid-1960s. Some of her commissions included the Tichenor residence in Long Beach, CA; the Lippincott residence in Scarsdale, NY; the Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Berkeley, CA; the "Arts of Daily Living" exhibit in Pomona, CA; and Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. She exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Ctafts and the Dallas Museum of Art.

Creator

Michael W. Padwee (b.1942)

Source

"Tiles in New York" blog

Publisher

"Tiles in New York" blog

Date

July 1, 2014

Rights

Contents © 2014 by Michael Padwee. All rights reserved. Photos © by individual photographers. Written permission from those individuals needed for use of photos.

Files

Citation

Michael W. Padwee (b.1942), “The Ceramic Tiles and Murals of Jean Nison,” Tile Research Articles, accessed May 28, 2017, http://tileresearcharticles.omeka.net/items/show/38.