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Fred and Estelle Marer donated an international collection of contemporary ceramics, including American, British, Japanese, Korean, and Mexican works. The special focus of the Marer collection is post-war American ceramics, centered on the Otis group of Peter Voulkos and his colleagues Billy Al Bengston, Michael Frimkess, John Mason, Mac McClain, Ken Price, Jerry Rothman, Paul Soldner, Janice Roosevelt, and Henry Takemoto.

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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Cup   Anonymous, Japan   Ceramics  n. d. 
Vase (Bizen)   Anonymous, Japan   Earthenware  c. 1870 
Bowl   Anonymous, Japan   Earthenware  n. d. 
Bowl (Oribe ware)   Anonymous   Oribe-ware  19th c. 
Sculpture (Seated Cat in Clothing (Maneki Nekko))   Anonymous, Japan   Plaster  n. d. 
Plate with Shrimp Design   Anonymous, Japan   Porcelain  n. d. 
Vase (Arita ware, Kiyomisu style)   Anonymous, Japan   Porcelain  20th c. 
Vase   Anonymous, Japan   Porcelain  n. d. 
Envelope Sculpture   Anonymous, Japan   Porcelain  n. d. 
Cup   Anonymous, Japan   Porcelain  n. d. 
Cup   Anonymous, Japan   Porcelain  1970 
Celadon Vase   Anonymous, Japan   Porcelain  n. d. 
Bowl (Arita ware)   Anonymous, Japan   Porcelain  Late 19th c. 
Plate   Anonymous, Japan   Raku  n. d. 
Vase (Satsuma ware)   Anonymous, Japan   Satsuma ware  20th c. 
Vase (Satsuma ware)   Anonymous, Japan   Satsuma ware  20th c. 
Vase   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware  20th c. 
Vase   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware  n. d. 
Vase   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware  n. d. 
Plate   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware  n. d. 
Plate   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware  n. d. 
Vase-Monkey Pot   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware, glazed  c. 1900 
Vase   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware, glazed  n. d. 
Tea Bowl   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware, glazed  c. 1970 
Shallow Bowl   Anonymous, Japan   Stoneware, glazed  n. d. 

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