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  • Recumbent Nude
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Venus et Amour I
    2016
    ceramic

    sold

  • La Nuova Religione II
    2016
    ceramic

    sold

  • No Motorbikes
    2016
    ceramic

    sold

  • Roly Poly Jam
    2016
    ceramic

    sold

  • Roly Poly Jam (verso)
    2016
    ceramic

    sold

  • Two Nudes (After Matisse)
    2016
    ceramic

    sold

  • Hugo van der Goes
    2016
    ceramic

    sold

  • Venus et Amour II
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Standing Nude
    2016
    ceramic

    sold

  • Knights Templar
    2015
    ceramic

    sold

  • Longhorn
    2015
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Slipping the Trail
    2015
    ceramic

    sold

  • Swirl
    2015
    ceramic

    sold

  • Oval plates
    2015
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Red earthenware cups
    2015
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Four Jugs
    2014
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Christ as the Man of Sorrows I
    2014
    26cm high, ceramic

    sold

  • Christ as the Man of Sorrows III
    2014
    31cm high, ceramic

    sold

  • Red Jug
    2011
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Macheda Celebrates
    2010
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Seated Popes (L & R) and Seated Cardinal (C)
    2010
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Jug
    2006
    45 cm high, ceramic

    price on request

  • Divine Intervention (Madonna and Child)
    2004
    28 x 14 x 11 cm, ceramic

    price on request

  • Easy Pour Madonna
    2004
    33.5 x 14.5 x 12 cm

    price on request

  • Easy Pour Madonna, back
    2004
    ceramic

    price on request
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Philip Eglin

Philip Eglin studied at Staffordshire Polytechnic and the Royal College of Art. His ceramic works reflect and comment on contemporary culture. References are made to an array of sources including Northern Gothic religious woodcarvings, Chinese export porcelain, English folk ceramics and the language of symbols used on contemporary packaging. His most recent work explores juxtapositions of imagery related to football, religion and sex.

Eglin exhibits internationally and his work can be found in major private and public collections including the Stedelijk Museum, the Netherlands, Mint Museum, USA, British Council, London, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. He was winner of the prestigious Jerwood Prize for Applied Arts: Ceramics in 1996.


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