Ceramist and teacher, born in Lincoln, who studied at the College of Art there, 1949–51, then Central School of Art, 1951–4. He taught at Central and Eton College. Took part in numerous group exhibitions, including Primavera Gallery, 1961; New Directions, Oxford Gallery, Oxford, 1972; Clay Sculpture, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 1980; Artist Potters Now, Museum of Oxford, and tour, 1984; The Raw and the Cooked, Barbican Centre and tour, 1993; and The Jerwood Prize for Applied Arts, Crafts Council, 1996. Later solo shows included Gordon Baldwin Ceramics, Crafts Council Shop at Victoria & Albert Museum, 1995, and Barrett Marsden Gallery, 2001. Many public collections in Britain and abroad hold examples, including Victoria & Albert Museum; Contemporary Art Society; Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge; Paisley Museum and Art Gallery; and Usher Gallery, Lincoln.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)

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