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Gertrud Vasegaard

Gertrud Vasegaard

As the third generation of the ceramist-family Hjorth from Bornholm, it was natural that Gertrud Vasegaard (1913-2007) wanted to excel in craftsmanship. In 1930 she became a student in the ceramics class at the Arts and Crafts School in Copenhagen. However, Gertrud Vasegaard only stayed at the school for two years before she chose an internship in Bode Willumsen and Axel Salto's workshop instead. After another internship in the workshop of ceramist Olga Jensen, Gertrud Vasegaard returned to Bornholm in 1933, where she opened a workshop with her sister Lisbeth Munch-Petersen. In 1954 Gertrud Vasegaard began working with stoneware as part of her employment at Bing & Grondahl. Gertrud Vasegaard has participated at several exhibitions around the world and is represented in the most important ceramic collections in the US and Europe. There is no doubt that Gertrud Vasegaard is an important person for Danish ceramics.

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