Also known as:
née Reynell, Gladys Osborne
4 September 1881
16 November 1956
Gladys Reynell was South Australia's first studio potter and the first Australian artist to apply modernist principles to the crafts.
She was also an accomplished painter and printmaker.
Nunn, Louise. "Ahead
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- Reynell, Gladys (1881–1956)
Australian Dictionary of Biography
- Gladys Reynell, approximately 1900
Gladys Reynell, pioneer Australian potter who contributed to the concept of Studio Pottery, her pottery being notable for amalgamating Modernism with Aboriginal art.
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- Australian potter Gladys Reynell in a rowboat, undated photograph.
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- AUSTRALIA FOR ARTISTS! MACPHERSON-REYNELL EXHIBITION
Trove: Register (Adelaide, SA: 1901 - 1929), Tuesday 16 September 1919, page 5
- Gladys Reynell
Art Gallery of South Australia