Monday, July 4, 2011
What was it I was just saying the other day, that we can't pass a day without finding something relative to Josiah in our surroundings? Today we have an interesting article about women designers, specifically Elizabeth Templetown, who were commissioned by Josiah I to create designs for his execution in jasper and other bodies. Josiah's was an age when men certainly dominated most areas of design and art. Click the title of this post to read an informative article, but like the other earlier in the week, with a bit of a mis-statement in the first paragraph - you'll spot it if you know anything about George Stubbs! In the meantime, check out Wedgwood Society of Washington, D.C. on Facebook for a picture of another work by Lady Templetown and sip a cuppa with the New York Times and Wedgwood as we celebrate our nation's birthday! Have a Glorious Fourth!