Inspired by wide range of art from the past from Italian majolicas and Renaissance terracotta busts to the oriental nature paintings of China, Korea and Japan, Elżbieta Stanhope's painted vases, plates and sculptures find their own way of reliving past traditions and making them contemporary and her own...

Andrzej Maria Borkowski, Art Critic

Exhibitions

1986
The Ice House, Holland Park, London W8
(23 pieces shown, of which 20 were sold)
1988
Clarendon Gallery, Portland Road, London W11
(41 pieces shown, of which 34 were sold)
1990
The Ice House, Holland Park, London W8
(76 pieces shown, of which 52 were sold)
1992
Gagliardi Gallery, Kings Road, London SW10
(66 pieces shown, of 30 were sold)
1994
Holland Gallery, Portland Road, London W11
(52 pieces shown, of which 41 were sold)
1996
Polish Cultural Institute, Portland Place, London W1
(60 pieces shown, of which 21 were sold)
1997
The Edith Grove Gallery, 10A Edith Grove London SW10
(35 pieces shown, of which 21 were sold)
1999
Bartley Drey Gallery, 62 Old Church Street, London SW3
(63 pieces shown, of which 26 were sold)
2000
Bartley Drey Gallery, 62 Old Church Street, London SW3
(40 pieces shown, of which 22 were sold)
2001
Bartley Drey Gallery, 62 Old Church Street, London SW3
(41 pieces shown, of which 16 were sold)
2002
Galerija Artur, Lucarica 1, Dubrovnik, Croatia
(24 pieces shown, of which 17 were sold)
Studio Exhibition, 4 Stafford Terrace, London W8
(50 pieces shown, of which 26 were sold)
2003
Studio Exhibition, 4 Stafford Terrace, London W8
(50 pieces shown, of which 21 were sold)
2005
Studio Exhibition, 4 Stafford Terrace, London W8
(70 pieces shown, of which 22 sold)
2006
Polish Institute & Sikorski Museum, 20 Princes Gate, London SW7
(40 pieces shown, of which 11 were sold)
2008
Polish Institute & Sikorski Museum, 20 Princes Gate, London SW7
(40 pieces shown, of which 12 were sold)
2009
The Friends of Holland Park Exhibition, The Orangery, Holland Park, London W14
(4 pieces shown - 3D prize awarded)
2010
Pęcice, Poland
(58 pieces shown, of which 21 were sold)
London Potters, Morley Gallery, London SE1
(3 pieces shown, of which 1 was sold)
2011
London Potters' Exhibition, Morley Gallery, London SE1
(3 pieces shown, of which 2 were sold)
2012
Galerija Artea, Dubrovnik, Croatia
(13 pieces shown, of which 10 were sold)
2013
London Potters' Exhibition, Morley Gallery, London SE1
(3 pieces shown, of which 2 were sold)
2014
The Polish Hearth Club, 55 Exhibition Road. London SW7
(44 pieces shown, of which 16 were sold)
Ceramics by Elzbieta Stanhope

Portrait of Isabella Tarnowska