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The Art Of Ceramics

Author : Howard Coutts
ISBN : 9780300083873
Genre : Art
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The great age of European ceramic design began around 1500 and ended in the early nineteenth century with the introduction of large-scale production of ceramics. This beautiful book is the first complete history of European ceramic design and decoration during this period, presenting it not only in art-historical terms but also in the context of the era's social, cultural, economic and scientific developments. Howard Coutts considers the main stylistic trends - Renaissance, Mannerism, Oriental, Rococo and Neoclassicism - as they were represented in such products as Italian Maiolica, Dutch Delftware, Meissen and Sevres porcelain, Staffordshire, and Wedgwood pottery. He pays close attention to changes in eating habits over the period, particularly the layout of a formal dinner. And he discusses such fascinating topics as the development of ceramics as room decoration, the transmission of images via prints, fashion and marketing of ceramics and other luxury goods, and the intellectual background to Neo-Classicism. Comprehensive, engrossing, and lavishly illustrated, the book is essential reading for anyone interested in ceramics and their history.

New Perspectives On The Art Of Ceramics In China

Author : George Kuwayama
ISBN : UOM:39015025252514
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Art Of Ceramics

Author : Carolina Amell
ISBN : 8415829728
Genre : Ceramics
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The Art Of Ceramic Extrusion

Author : Frank Händle
ISBN : 9783030052553
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book is ideal for practitioners and managers with low experience in the field. It introduces the theme of extrusion in ceramics and provides checklists, questionnaires, as well as the related literature and websites covering the topic. This Brief is written in a simple language and covers topics such as honeycombs, ceramic filters, auger geometry, wear and tear.

Ceramics Art And Perception

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ISBN : UOM:39015047939759
Genre : Ceramics
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Ceramic Art Of Japan

Author : Hugo Munsterberg
ISBN : 9781462913091
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Featuring dozens of color photographs and extensive commentary, this Japanese ceramics guide is an comprehensive resource for collectors and art enthusiasts. For the collector of Japanese ceramics, the chief value of the book will lie in the author's very practical advice on what, where, and how to collect; what to pay; how to choose a dealer; how to distinguish between the genuine and the imitation; and similar matters of importance. For the non-collector who nevertheless admires Japanese ceramics, the main interest will undoubtedly lie in the concise and highly readable background information that Mr. Munsterberg presents and in his amiable manner of leading the reader to an appreciation of Japan's ceramic art. For both the collector and the non-collector, the abundance of illustrations, many of them in color, will provide an aesthetic treat.

Italian Art Ceramics 1900 1950

Author : Valerio Terraroli
ISBN : UOM:39015065061627
Genre : Art
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A visual survey of Italian ceramic production as reflected by five hundred objects created by artists during the first half of the twentieth century features essays that examine key stylistic trends, biographical profiles of top artists, a catalogue of back stamps, and more.

Contemporary Ceramics

Author : Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN : 9780870998850
Genre : Art
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A Fire For Ceramics

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ISBN : UVA:X006080285
Genre : Ceramic sculpture
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A Chosen Path

Author : Mark Shapiro
ISBN : 0807868132
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Renowned ceramic artist Karen Karnes has created some of the most iconic pottery of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. The body of work she has produced in her more than sixty years in the studio is remarkable for its depth, personal voice, and consistent innovation. Many of her pieces defy category, invoking body and landscape, pottery and sculpture, male and female, hand and eye. Equally compelling are Karnes's experiences in some of the most significant cultural settings of her generation: from the worker-owned cooperative housing of her childhood, to Brooklyn College under modernist Serge Chermayeff, to North Carolina's avant-garde Black Mountain College, to the Gate Hill Cooperative in Stony Point, New York, which Karnes helped establish as an experiment in integrating art, life, family, and community. This book, designed to accompany an exhibit of Karnes's works organized by Peter Held, curator of ceramics for the Arizona State University Art Museum's Ceramic Research Center, offers a comprehensive look at the life and work of Karnes. Edited by highly regarded studio potter Mark Shapiro, it combines essays by leading critics and scholars with color reproductions of more than sixty of her works, providing new perspectives for understanding the achievements of this extraordinary artist.

Ceramic Art And Civilisation

Author : Paul Greenhalgh
ISBN : 1474239706
Genre : Art
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In his major new history, Paul Greenhalgh tells the story of ceramics as a story of human civilisation, from the Ancient Greeks to the present day. As a core craft technology, pottery has underpinned domesticity, business, religion, recreation, architecture, and art for millenia. Indeed, the history of ceramics parallels the development of human society. This fascinating and very human history traces the story of ceramic art and industry from the Ancient Greeks to the Romans and the medieval world; Islamic ceramic cultures and their influence on the Italian Renaissance; Chinese and European porcelain production; modernity and Art Nouveau; the rise of the studio potter, Art Deco, International Style and Mid-Century Modern, and finally, the contemporary explosion of ceramic making and the postmodern potter. Interwoven in this journey through time and place is the story of the pots themselves, the culture of the ceramics, and their character and meaning. Ceramics have had a presence in virtually every country and historical period, and have worked as a commodity servicing every social class. They are omnipresent: a ubiquitous art. Ceramic culture is a clear, unique, definable thing, and has an internal logic that holds it together through millennia. Hence ceramics is the most peculiar and extraordinary of all the arts. At once cheap, expensive, elite, plebian, high-tech, low-tech, exotic, eccentric, comic, tragic, spiritual, and secular, it has revealed itself to be as fluid as the mud it is made from. Ceramics are the very stuff of how civilized life was, and is, led. This then is the story of human society's most surprising core causes and effects.

The Art Of Japanese Ceramics

Author : Tsugio Mikami
ISBN : UOM:39015006329604
Genre : Art
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Traces the historical development of ceramic art in Japan, paying close attention to its particularly Japanese qualities and traditional ceramic types and techniques

The Science And Art Of Dental Ceramics Volume I

Author : John W. McLean
ISBN : 9781850973539
Genre : Medical
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There is a no more rewarding experience in restorative dentistry than to duplicate to perfection the colour, texture and surface anatomy of the human tooth. Dental porcelain is the closest match to tooth enamel of all our restorative materials but is perhaps the most difficult to use in dental practice. A study of the science of dental porcelain will enable the dentist or technician to perfect his art since it develops an increasing awareness of the fundamental problems in construction. Preparation design, the stresses developing in porcelain restorations, the influence of opaque backgrounds on colour, surface reflectivity and light transmission in crowns are some of the complex factors that influence the success of a porcelain veneer restoration. A survey of metals, bonding systems, cements and impression materials will enable the clinician to select his materials with greater confidence. New research on the shoulder preparation for the veneer crown also sheds light on the controversy of the bevel versus the butt joint. The author has attempted to rationalise the use of both metal and alumina reinforced ceramics and to show how no ingle system can be applied universally if optimum aesthetics is to be achieved.

Ceramic Art

Author : Anderson Turner
ISBN : 9781574985290
Genre : Art
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Presents over 20 ceramic artists and the techniques they used to create innovative forming, unusual surfaces, spectacular glazing and more.

Zen And The Art Of Pottery

Author : Kenneth R. Beittel
ISBN : UOM:39015029541557
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Pottery is an art of essentials: earth, water, and fire, guided by the human element of spirit. Zen is also concerned with the basics: the training of the mind and body, the ultimate craftsmanship of the soul. Zen and the Art of Pottery explores the links between pottery and Zen, between art, life, and spirit. This unique book is at once a celebration of pottery, the art and its traditions, and a hands-on guide to its methods. The first chapters discuss principles and practice, discipline and tradition--the Zen potter's attitudes to life and work. Later chapters translate those ideas into practical potting techniques, presenting both rudimentary and advanced lessons. The book also includes photographs and descriptions of pots by the author, his Japanese master, his students, and by a number of renowned modern potters.

Riga Art Ceramics

Author : Andris Schulz
ISBN : 9984398560
Genre : Art
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Ceramic Millennium

Author : Clement Greenberg
ISBN : UCSD:31822035737691
Genre : Art
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Articles by various authors arranged in 7 sections, with List of awardees and biographies.

Fine Art Ceramics

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ISBN : IND:30000118694706
Genre : Decorative arts
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American Ceramics

Author : Professor and Associate Dean Faculty of Social Science and Humanities Barbara Perry
ISBN : UOM:39015021491868
Genre : Porcelain
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The Ceramic Art

Author : Jennie J. Young
ISBN : UOM:39015016850904
Genre : Céramique
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