I have been asked what is the relationship between Edmund de Waal’s work and Romilly’s. The answer is in the way that the forms of the past influence and inform the material present, so that both have a preoccupation with the archaeology of forms. Romilly specifically requested that some of Edmund’s work should be displayed not behind glass, so should share in the aesthetic of the found object:
Here are more views of Romilly’s work:
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Such touchingly beautiful work by Romilly.