Klytie Pate (1912-2010) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Victoria in 1912, Klytie Pate (nee Sclater) studied drawing, painting and sculpture, and trained as a teacher in Melbourne. Her aunt, the artist Christian Waller, influenced her interest in the art deco style and classical mythology. She married William Pate in 1937, and taught until 1945 when she resigned to become a full-time professional potter. Pate exhibited regularly in the eastern capital cities from 1941. Her work is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, the Victorian state gallery and public and regional collections. Klytie Pate died in 2010. Edit or add to this biography

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Relief Foliate and Leaf Decoration in Green Glaze with Art Nouveau Stylized Decorations
Pottery, Height 22 cm
Art, Ceramics, Furniture, Decorative Items, Amanda Addams Auctions, Melbourne.
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