Ruth Raemisch

Life Dates
1893 - 1966
Ruth Raemisch began her studies in Berlin at the School of Arts and Crafts with French artist, Bastanier, in 1912. Here, Raemisch was given a formal foundation of fine craftsmanship. She eventually moved to Rhode Island, where she started her own studio, working primarily in techniques such as cloisonne and grisaille (monochromatic painting in gray tones.) One of the earliest American artists to work with enamels, Raemisch favored it over paint as enameling possessed equal versatility with superior luminosity. Raemisch began her process with extremely detailed preparatory drawings in watercolor.
Related collections
Ceramic National Exhibition Archive (is related to)
Ceramic National Exhibition, Permanent Collection (is related to)
Related exhibitions
10th Ceramic National Exhibition (is related to)
Related place
Germany (was born in)