Anders Bruno Liljefors


Anders Bruno Liljefors (1923-1970) revolutionized Swedish ceramics with his sand casting technique, creating unique, expressive works that challenged traditional aesthetics. His notable tenure at Gustavsberg Studio under Wilhelm Kåge facilitated groundbreaking rustic stoneware, marked by "ceramic brutalism." Celebrated for integrating ceramic art with architecture, Liljefors' significant exhibitions and public commissions underscore his innovative contributions to modern ceramics. His legacy endures in prestigious collections worldwide, including the Victoria & Albert Museum and Nationalmuseum