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The Potter's Art by Garth Clark - Hardcover
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The Potter's Art by Garth Clark - Hardcover

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Category Type
Novels & Stories
Book Language
English
Publisher
Phaidon Press Ltd
Author
Garth Clark
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This is a history of the ceramics produced in Britain, showing the traditions that have led to the work of such 20th century artists as Lucy Rie, Coper, Cardew, Leach and Hamada. The central role of British ceramics in the world has its roots in the Industrial Revolution. Wedgwood's marriage ...

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    Category Type
    Novels & Stories
    Book Language
    English
    Publisher
    Phaidon Press Ltd
    Item EAN
    2724306332075
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    Author
    Garth Clark
    Category Type
    Novels & Stories
    Book Language
    English
    Publisher
    Phaidon Press Ltd
    Item EAN
    2724306332075
    People
    Author
    Garth Clark
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      This is a history of the ceramics produced in Britain, showing the traditions that have led to the work of such 20th century artists as Lucy Rie, Coper, Cardew, Leach and Hamada. The central role of British ceramics in the world has its roots in the Industrial Revolution. Wedgwood's marriage of art

      This is a history of the ceramics produced in Britain, showing the traditions that have led to the work of such 20th century artists as Lucy Rie, Coper, Cardew, Leach and Hamada. The central role of British ceramics in the world has its roots in the Industrial Revolution. Wedgwood's marriage of art and industry led the way, and created an industrial center in Staffordshire that eventually led to the demise of the small craft based potteries producing delftwares and stonewares. This was followed by the domestic production of fine china and porcelain in factories throughout the UK. It was in the late 19th century that the role of the industrial designer began to be questioned, and the ideas that led to the studio pottery movement of the 20th century began. In between came the artist potter and the use of factories such as Mintons with their ranges of pots. The book tells the history of that movement and of the way practicing potters took part. The continuing story of the pottery movement is represented by craftsmen such as Alison Britton and Angus Suttie. This general survey discusses the production of ceramics against a background of people and ideas, and the illustrations clearly show the development of ceramics across four centuries.

      Product Features :
    • Binding : Hardcover
    • Language of Text : English
    • Publication Year : 1995
    • Number of Pages : 240
    • ISBN : 9780714832029
 

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