Anne Dangar was born at Kempsey, NSW in 1885 and studied painting at Julian Ashton’s School in Sydney and between 1927 and 1928 at the Academie Lhote, in Paris. She re-visited Sydney from 1928 to 1930 but returned and settled permanently in France. Living in the commune which Albert Gleizes had established at Moly-Sabata in 1927, Anne Dangar learnt pottery and in 1948 or 1949 established her own workshop at Moly-Sabata. Just before the outbreak of the second world war Anne Dangar spent six months in Morocco potting with local artisans. Anne Dangar died at Moly-Sabata in 1951.
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Anne Dangar, New South Wales, circular earthenware dish painted in a modernist style on a cream ground signed MSD to the reverse 26 cm diameter. Note: the initials MSD stand for Moly-Sabata Dangar. This refers to the artist's colony established by Albert G
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