1918 - 2007
Inger Hanmann was educated as a ceramist at the Applied Arts Academy for women in Copenhagen. She studied painting and drawing at P. Rostrup Boeyesens painter school in Copenhagen. She paid for her studies by teaching drawing in evening classes and by being a fashion illustration for various papers and magazines.
The CEO at C. Schous factory encouraged Inger to work artisticly with the factory's enamels. Hanmann created some pioneering pieces of art which led to a collaboration between Hanmann and the A. Michelsen silversmithy as well as the Georg Jensen silversmithy. She designed bowls, plates and dishes with unique enamel decorations.
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