The Porcelain Painters Handbook

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Porcelain Painter S Handbook

Author : Aude Creuzé
ISBN : 1894185021
Genre : Art
File Size : 74.89 MB
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Yet another book on porcelain painting? And why not, when it is as good, as comprehensive and as easy to follow as this one. A wide range of subjects -- birds, flowers, landscapes, shells, marbling, monochrome designs -- is covered in close, precise detail: for each step you know exactly what color, which brush and which brushstroke to use. What better way to start out in porcelain painting -- or, if you already have some experience, of adding to your range of skills and techniques?
Category: Art

Handbook Of Pottery And Porcelain Marks

Author : John Patrick Cushion
ISBN : 0571179231
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 24.8 MB
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The fifth edition of a guide to pottery and porcelain marks which was first published in 1959. The book has 20 sections covering all marks known in Britain and in the major ceramic-producing countries of Europe and the Far East.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Handbook Of Marks On Pottery Porcelain

Author : William Burton
ISBN : NYPL:33433072168010
Genre : Porcelain
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This is a black-and-white facsimile reprint of the 1909 edition of "Handbook Of Marks On Pottery & Porcelain". Although it has been checked manually, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
Category: Porcelain


Author : Suzanne L. Marchand
ISBN : 9780691201986
Genre : History
File Size : 78.23 MB
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"This is the book on porcelain we have been waiting for. . . . A remarkable achievement."—Edmund de Waal, author of The Hare with Amber Eyes A sweeping cultural and economic history of porcelain, from the eighteenth century to the present Porcelain was invented in medieval China—but its secret recipe was first reproduced in Europe by an alchemist in the employ of the Saxon king Augustus the Strong. Saxony’s revered Meissen factory could not keep porcelain’s ingredients secret for long, however, and scores of Holy Roman princes quickly founded their own mercantile manufactories, soon to be rivaled by private entrepreneurs, eager to make not art but profits. As porcelain’s uses multiplied and its price plummeted, it lost much of its identity as aristocratic ornament, instead taking on a vast number of banal, yet even more culturally significant, roles. By the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, it became essential to bourgeois dining, and also acquired new functions in insulator tubes, shell casings, and teeth. Weaving together the experiences of entrepreneurs and artisans, state bureaucrats and female consumers, chemists and peddlers, Porcelain traces the remarkable story of “white gold” from its origins as a princely luxury item to its fate in Germany’s cataclysmic twentieth century. For three hundred years, porcelain firms have come and gone, but the industry itself, at least until very recently, has endured. After Augustus, porcelain became a quintessentially German commodity, integral to provincial pride, artisanal industrial production, and a familial sense of home. Telling the story of porcelain’s transformation from coveted luxury to household necessity and flea market staple, Porcelain offers a fascinating alternative history of art, business, taste, and consumption in Central Europe.
Category: History

The Best Books

Author : William Swan Sonnenschein
ISBN : UCAL:B4229630
Genre : Best books
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Handbook To Life In Medieval And Early Modern Japan

Author : William E. Deal
ISBN : 9780816074853
Genre : History
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Captures the essence of life in great civilizations of the past. Each volume in this series examines a single civilization, and covers everything from landmark events and monumental achievements to geography and everyday life.
Category: History