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Ceramics & glassThere are 3 items

  • Bursche (Stefan), born 1934

    Munich, Editions Schneider, 1974
    (29 cm), 343 (1) pp., 313 black & white plates (pp.144-321 inclusive). Publisher’s green cloth, pictorial dust jacket. - A beautifully produced publication on the objets d’art fashioned for the table during the age of the Baroque, primarily in Germany, with illustrations taken from contemporary pattern books, festival books, cookbooks, etc, and many bibliographical detail. ¶ Short tear in dust jacket. Excellent copy.
  • Gentilini (Anna Rosa); Ravanelli Guidotti (Carmen)
    Museo internazionale delle ceramiche (Faenza)

    Faenza, Faenza Editrice, 1989
    (20 × 21 cm), ix (1), 158 pp., illustrations (some in colour). Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - On the use of 15th-16th century book illustrations as a source of images for 16th century Italian majolica. Essays by Anna Rosa Gentilini (Circolazione libraria e committenza artistica nel Cinquecento: ricerche su tradizione libraria e tradizione ceramica di Livio e di Ovidio), Carmen Ravanelli Guidotti (Maioliche “istoriate” ispirate a modelli silografici), Anna Rosa Gentilini (Edizioni della Storia Romana di Tito Livio e delle Metamorfosi), Isolde Oriani (Edizioni della Bibbia e dell’Iconografia di Cesare Ripa) and a catalogue of 57 examples of historiated ceramics from the collections of the Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche, Faenza. ¶ wrappers finger-marked; otherwise a very good copy.
  • Biscontini Ugolini (Grazia); Petruzzellis Scherer (Jacqueline)
    Civiche raccolte d'arte applicata (Milan)

    Vicenza, Neri Pozza Editore, 1992
    (25 cm), 245 (3) pp., illustrations (many in colour). 100 catalogue entries. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - An exhibition examining the use of print sources in majolica decoration in Italy, from the Renaissance through the beginning of the 19th century. Essays by Giovanni Romano (Uso, diffusione e commercio dei modelli grafici), Grazia Biscontini Ugolini and Jacqueline Petruzzellis Scherer (Fonti iconografiche nella maiolica tra ‘500 e ‘700), and catalogue of 100 pieces from the collection of the Castello Sforzesco, Milan. Reviewed by Timothy Wilson, in Print Quarterly, volume 10 (1993), pp.64-66. ¶ Excellent, unmarked copy.