Arts / Antiques- Ceramics / From gold  to porcelain.  The art of porcelain and faience by Ruth Berges Ruth Berges                     Thomas Yoseloff, undated but believed 1963: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 8.5 x 11 inches tall: 239 pages including index: fully illustrated in black and white with some colour. Synopsis: a well illustrated book on the art of faience and porcelain tracing its beginning and development in Western Europe.  Twenty one chapters, chronologically arranged, cover the production in the Orient and five major European countries,   artists , porcelain modellers, and painters, and subject matter.  The book is divided into five parts as follows:-. Part One: The Orient (The secret of the Orient.  Exclusively Japan.) Part Two: Faience in Europe (The Orient meets Spain: Hispano- Moresque  Potteries.  Renaissance pottery: majolica.  Faience in Germany: tiles, tankards, and tureens.  From Faenza to faience.  The predominance of Delft.  )Part Three:  Porcelain in Europe . ( From gold to porcelain.  Meissonís first rival: Du Paquier in Vienna.  At the French court: Pate tendre.  Capo di  Monte, Buen Retiro, Naples.  In the Georgian taste: Chelsea.  Down to earth Thuringia the. )  Part Four: The artists.  (Modeller of porcelain: Kandler .  From rebel painter to factory director: Lowenfinck. The Hannong Family.   Bavarian rococo: the superb elegance of Bustelli. Melchior:  back to nature . On   Potteries and porcelains purchased or pilfered: Hausmaler .  Part Five: The inspiration (Enter: Commedia dellíarte.  Music in porcelain.)   Selected bibliography.  Index                             
 Condition dust jacket somewhat stressed with edge repair: slight discoloration to endpapers: cover and contents clean and good.  Please note this is a heavy book: Will customers outside the U. K.  please e-mail for shipping costs                     used books
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  • Book Title: From gold to porcelain. The art of porcelain and faience
  • Author: Ruth Berges
  • ISBN: MW 32412
  • Publisher: Thomas Yoseloff
  • Year Published: Undated but believed 1963
  • Our Normal Price: £22.00 GBP ($0.00 USD)
  • 10% Discounted Price: £19.80 GBP ($0.00 USD)
  • Description: Thomas Yoseloff, undated but believed 1963: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 8.5 x 11 inches tall: 239 pages including index: fully illustrated in black and white with some colour. Synopsis: a well illustrated book on the art of faience and porcelain tracing its beginning and development in Western Europe. Twenty one chapters, chronologically arranged, cover the production in the Orient and five major European countries, artists , porcelain modellers, and painters, and subject matter. The book is divided into five parts as follows:-. Part One: The Orient (The secret of the Orient. Exclusively Japan.) Part Two: Faience in Europe (The Orient meets Spain: Hispano- Moresque Potteries. Renaissance pottery: majolica. Faience in Germany: tiles, tankards, and tureens. From Faenza to faience. The predominance of Delft. )Part Three: Porcelain in Europe . ( From gold to porcelain. Meissonís first rival: Du Paquier in Vienna. At the French court: Pate tendre. Capo di Monte, Buen Retiro, Naples. In the Georgian taste: Chelsea. Down to earth Thuringia the. ) Part Four: The artists. (Modeller of porcelain: Kandler . From rebel painter to factory director: Lowenfinck. The Hannong Family. Bavarian rococo: the superb elegance of Bustelli. Melchior: back to nature . On Potteries and porcelains purchased or pilfered: Hausmaler . Part Five: The inspiration (Enter: Commedia dellíarte. Music in porcelain.) Selected bibliography. Index Condition dust jacket somewhat stressed with edge repair: slight discoloration to endpapers: cover and contents clean and good. Please note this is a heavy book: Will customers outside the U. K. please e-mail for shipping costs
  • Condition: Collectable- Good
  • Dustcover: Yes
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Type: Used Books

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