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Angus Suttie (1946 - 1993)


Angus Suttie (26 November 1946 – 17 June 1993) was a studio potter and teacher of art ceramics, most notably at Morley College, London. Suttie studied at Camberwell School of Art under Glennys Barton, Ewen Henderson and Colin Pearson. This education promoted experimentation, rejecting the Bernard Leach derived Anglo-oriental style which emphasised wheel-throwing. Having studied together at Camberwell, Angus was invited by Sara Radstone to share her studio space in South London; he and Radstone went on to exhibit together on several occasions, most notably in their two-person show at Contemporary Applied Arts in London's Covent Garden.

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