Robert Diebboll, American (1920-2011)
Born in 1920, Diebboll attended Cass Tech and Wayne State University, where he studied painting with John Carroll and Sarkis Sarkisian at the Art School of the Detroit Society of Arts & Crafts. In 1948 he began studying ceramics with John Foster, and later took instruction with Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada while teaching at DSAC. He was employed by the GM Styling Division for over 25 years, simultaneously owning and operating Pines End Pottery in Washington, Michigan. His works are characterized by classic shapes and calligraphy painted surfaces.
Robert Diebboll (1920-2011) Large Relief Vase, dated 1950. Measures 10” high, with a 5” max diameter. $125.00