Learn about Levy, Col

Col Levy was born in Sydney in 1933. He studied industrial arts at Sydney Teachers College and ceramics at East Sydney Technical College. In 1957 he spent a year workshop training with Ivan McMeekin at Sturt Pottery, Mittagong, NSW. In 1964 he established a pottery workshop at Mt Bowen near Windsor, NSW, and worked there while lecturing at East Sydney Technical College part-time. In 1974 he was a member of the Education and Training Committee of the Crafts Board of the Australia Council and in that year studied in Japan under Yu Fujuwara at Bizen for six weeks. He became a full-time potter in 1978 and from 1979-80 was a member of the Crafts Board of the Australia Council. He is represented in the collections of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, and Newcastle City Art Gallery, NSW

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Col Levy (Australian, b. 1933), Low Bowl, c. 1980, porcelaneous stoneware with pale celadon glaze and copper red highlights, incised signature to base, height 8 cm diameter 24 cm. Provenance: The Roger Buckle Collection

Col Levy (b. 1933) and Maureen Williams-Levy three ceramic bowls the Col Levy bowl in shades of matt and shine red, artist's mark incised to base, together with two Maureen Williams-Levy bowls, one with blue patterned glaze and the other with grey and brow

Col Levy, (b. 1933), vase of spherical form with elongated neck, variegated glaze in shades of green, brown and blue, artist's mark inscribed to base. Height 25.5 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof. Alan Walker

Col Levy (b. 1933) plate and three bowls bizen style firing in shades of red, brown, grey and yellow, the plate and two bowls with artist's mark inscribed to side or base (4) plate. Diameter 25 cm, bowl. Diameters approx 14 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof.

Col Levy, (b. 1933), vase of spherical form with elongated neck, bizen style firing in shades of red, brown, yellow and blue, artist's mark inscribed to base. Height 23 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof. Alan Walker

Col Levy (b. 1933) five tea cups bizen style firing in shades of brown, green and red, each with artist's mark inscribed to side (5). Heights approx 4.5-5 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof. Alan Walker

Col Levy (b. 1933) vase and tea bowl bizen style firing, the vase in matt shades of orange, blue and green, the tea bowl in shades of red, green and brown, both with artist's mark inscribed to side (2) vase. Height 15 cm, bowl. Height 8.5 cm. Length 13.5 c

Col Levy, (b. 1933), bowl red glaze over white porcelain, artist's mark inscribed to base. Height 7 cm. Diameter 15.5 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof. Alan Walker

Col Levy (b. 1933) vase and round lidded box both with bizen style firing, artist's mark inscribed to base (2) vase. Height 15 cm, lidded box. Height 4.5 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof. Alan Walker

Col Levy (b. 1933) three porcelain tea cups pale blue glaze, artist's mark inscribed to base (3). Height 6 cm. Diameter 9 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof. Alan Walker

Col Levy (b. 1933) two small dishes bizen style firing in shades of red and grey, both with inscribed artist's mark to base, together with an Owen Rye woodfired ceramic sake cup, artist's and pottery stamp to base (3) dishes. Diameter 10 cm, sake cup. Diam

Col Levy (b. 1933) water pot squat bulbous form with lid, bizen style firing in shades of grey and orange, inscribed artist's mark to base. Height 13 cm. Diameter 15 cm. Provenance: Estate of Prof. Alan Walker

Col Levy, (b. 1933), porcelain platter inscribed artist's mark to base. Height 12 cm. Diameter 43 cm. Provenance: Corporate collection, Sydney

Col Levy, (b. 1933), Bizen form stoneware vase in shades of red and grey, artist's mark to base. Height 27 cm. Diameter 32 cm. Provenance: Corporate collection, Sydney

Col Levy glazed pottery jug, approx 36 cm high Levy, Col. Col Levy was born in Sydney in 1933.He studied industrial arts at Sydney Teachers College and ceramics at East Sydney Technical College.in 1957 he spent a year workshop training with Ivan McMeekin a

Col Levy (Australia), stoneware Mizusashi (Japanese water pot), wood fired with blue iron oxide evident in the surface, height 27 cm. Provenance: Anneke Borren Collection

Colin Levy (born 1933), a large earthenware vase Feldspar glaze 55 cm height Provenance: Private Collection. Purchased from the craft centre, Toorak, 1975

An Australian Studio Pottery vase by Col Levy of tall slender bottle form the stoneware body, thrown then cut, Bowen Mountains NSW, 1969-70. 90 cm high

A large Col Levy ceramic jar, Australian, 20th century, 38 cm high and 40 cm diameter. Provenance: David Jones Gallery label to base

Col Levy, two 'Ball Boxes', of spherical form, rough porcellaneous stoneware body, tenmoku glaze to interior, one with impressed artist's seal to base (2). Height 12 cm labels: one with name label to base

Col Levy, bottle vase, stoneware body, thrown then cut, Bowen Mountains NSW, 1969-70. Height 61.5 cm labels: Literature: 'Australian Pottery, Kenneth Hood, Wanda Garnsey, Pg. 94'

Col Levy, large teapot and sugar bowl, the teapot with cane twine handle together with a lidded sugar bowl. Height 28 cm. Height 10 cm

Colin (Col) Levy shallow stoneware bowl, brown glaze with vertical fluting to interior, diameter 27 cm

Colin (Col) Levy two small tea bowls, glazed stoneware (2), larger. Height 7 cm and diameter 10 cm smaller. Height 4.5 cm and diameter 7 cm

Col Levy, large teapot, with cane twine handle. Height 28 cm

Col Levy, bottle vase, stoneware, impressed artist monogram to base. Height 41 cm

Col Levy, celadon bottle 31 x 14 cm. Provenance: Distelfink gallery

Col Levy, glazed stoneware vase, drip glaze. Height 45 cm. Provenance: Boutwell Draper gallery

Col Levy, large vase, c1990, peach bloom glaze, hand thrown, impressed artist's seal to base. Height 36 cm

Col Levy, large vase, c1990, Chun glaze, hand thrown, impressed artist's seal to base. Height 40 cm

Col Levy, faceted bottle vase, variegated glaze. Height 37 cm

Col Levy, pair of bowls 1960's, worked from his Bowen mountain Studio for almost 50 years. Rep: Nag, Agnsw, Ngv, Qag & Powerhouse

Col Levy, teapot, 1970-74, impressed 'Cl' to the base. Height overall 23 cm

Col Levy, Bizen style blossom vase, 18 cm in diameter x 25 cm high

Col Levy, vase, white glaze, incised to the base. Height 12 cm

Colin Levy, hexagonal tapering with a slender fluted neck earthenware vase, rust and cream coloured glaze incised makers mark 81 cm high.

Colin Levy (active from 1958) stoneware 'Ball Box' with an unglazed exterior, the interior decorated with a tenmoku glaze

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