Active: 1900 - 1947
Ceramic designer, modeller, teacher
Student at Burslem School of Art 1900 to 1919; part-time instructor at Burslem Art School 1908 to 1949; designer for Doulton and Co. Ltd. 1900 to 1950 [see Haggar (1953), p. 46].
Institutional and Business Connections
Committee member of Society of Staffordshire Artists
Listed as member of the Council.
Employed at Doulton and Co. Limited
1900 (Circa) - 1950 (Circa)
Modeller for the company. In 1912-13 Nixon modelled the newly launched series of Doulton figures. See Haggar (1953), p. 46, who suggests the dates c. 1900-1950, and Eyles 'The Doulton Burslem Wares' (1980), p. 169.
Studied at Burslem School of Art
1900 (Circa) - 1919 (Circa)
See Haggar (1953), p. 32 and p. 46.
Teacher at Burslem School of Art
See Eyles 'The Doulton Burslem Wares' (1980), p. 169, no dates are given.
A Century of Art Education in the Potteries. With notes on the Artists, 1953 Local Studies
p. 32 and p. 46.
The Doulton Burslem Wares
Citing this record
'Harry Nixon', Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951, University of Glasgow History of Art and HATII, online database 2011 [http://sculpture.gla.ac.uk/view/person.php?id=msib4_1219260562, accessed 28 May 2016]