Victor (Vic.) Greenaway was born in 1947 in Sale, Victoria. He studied ceramics at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. He established his first workshop in Hawthorn in 1968, Victoria, and the following year moved to a pottery in Upper Beaconsfield. In 1974 he travelled abroad under a Churchill Fellowship and studied in Japan. In 1976 he received a Mayfair Ceramic Award and in 1981 and 1983 the Stuart Devlin Craftsman Award for ceramics. His first solo show was in 1973 at The Craft Centre, South Yarra. He is represented in the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Auckland Museum, Australian National Gallery, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, National Gallery of Victoria, Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Queensland Art Gallery, as well as many provincial galleries.
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A Victor Greenaway covered stoneware pot, and a cup and saucer, later 20th century, the oviform pot with a flattened collar and recessed lid tapering to a small circular foot, in a low sheen cream glaze freely embellished with sage, flecks of orange and ma
A Victor Greenaway wood fired stoneware pot and plate, later 20th century, the oviform pot tapering to a small circular foot with a complementary aperture to the top, in mottled and flecked orange and pale terracotta colours, embellished to the collar and
Two ceramic bowls and a jug, comprising a Michiko love tea bowl with green crackle glaze with engraved marking to underside, a Vic Greenaway footed bowl with glazed floral decoration and stamp to underside, together with a Peter Rushforth jug with stamp to
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