Italian Maiolica and Europe: Medieval and Later Italian Pottery in the Ashmolean Museum [Kõva köide]

  • Formaat: Hardback, 520 pages, kõrgus x laius: 318x248 mm, 600 colour, 20 b&w
  • Ilmumisaeg: 28-Jun-2017
  • Kirjastus: Ashmolean Museum
  • ISBN-10: 1910807168
  • ISBN-13: 9781910807163
  • Formaat: Hardback, 520 pages, kõrgus x laius: 318x248 mm, 600 colour, 20 b&w
  • Ilmumisaeg: 28-Jun-2017
  • Kirjastus: Ashmolean Museum
  • ISBN-10: 1910807168
  • ISBN-13: 9781910807163
This book is the culmination of nearly thirty years' work in caring for, studying, and developing the collections in this Museum by Timothy Wilson, long-time Keeper of Western Art. Wilson is well-known as a specialist in the study of European Renaissance ceramics. The Ashmolean collections have their origins in the collection of C.D.E. Fortnum (1820-1899), but have been developed further in the last quarter-century, so that they can claim to be one of the top such collections of Renaissance ceramics worldwide. This book, containing 289 catalogue entries, will completely encompass the Museum's collection of postclassical Italian pottery, including pieces from excavations. In addition it will include catalogue entries for some seventy selected pieces of pottery from France, the Low Countries, England, Spain, Portugal, Germany, and Mexico, in order to present a wide-ranging picture of the development of tin-glaze pottery from Islamic Spain through to recent times. It will also include an essay by Kelly Domoney of Cranfield University, and Elisabeth Gardner of the Ashmolean's Conservation Department, on the technical analysis and conservation history of some pieces in the collection.
Preface 7(2)
C.D.E. Fortnum's documentation of his own collection 9(1)
Abbreviations 9(1)
Notes for readers and users 10(1)
Italian Renaissance Maiolica And Europe
11(18)
Making Maiolica
29(5)
The Ashmolean Museum Collection Of Italian Maiolica
34(13)
Maps
Italy
42(1)
Western Europe
43(4)
Italian Maiolica
Medieval
Protomaiolica (nos 1--3)
47(4)
Archaic maiolica (nos 4--12)
51(10)
Fifteenth century (nos 13--18)
61(10)
Sixteenth century
Liguria (nos 19--21)
71(3)
Venice and Veneto (nos 22--30)
74(12)
Faenza (nos 31--45)
86(25)
Tuscany
Siena (nos 46--8)
111(6)
Montelupo (nos 49--51)
117(6)
Galliano (no. 52)
123(4)
Urbino and Urbino school
Istoriato (nos 53--83)
127(75)
Pesaro (nos 84--5)
202(5)
Urbino school ornamental (nos 86--90)
207(10)
White-ground grotesques (nos 91--6)
217(12)
Deruta
Unlustred (nos 97--101)
229(5)
Lustred (nos 102--4)
234(6)
Gubbio (nos 105--17)
240(21)
Castelli (no. 118)
261(2)
Origin uncertain (no. 119)
263(3)
Seventeenth century
Liguria (nos 120--2)
266(4)
Veneto (nos 123--4)
270(5)
Pavia (no. 125)
275(1)
Faenza (nos 126--7)
276(2)
Tuscany (nos 128--9)
278(3)
Urbino (nos 130--1)
281(3)
Urbania (no. 132)
284(2)
Deruta (no. 133)
286(1)
Rome (nos 134--5)
287(4)
Castelli (nos 136--8)
291(3)
Puglia (nos 139--40)
294(3)
Sicily (nos 141--2)
297(1)
Origin uncertain (no. 143)
297(5)
Eighteenth century
Liguria and north-west Italy (nos 144--6)
302(4)
Faenza (nos 147--9)
306(2)
Siena (nos 150--5)
308(11)
Pesaro (nos 156--8)
319(3)
Loreto (nos 159--60)
322(3)
Castelli (nos 161--70)
325(8)
Sicily (no. 171)
333(2)
Origin uncertain (no. 172)
335(3)
Nineteenth century
Pavia (no. 173)
338(1)
Naples (no. 174)
339(2)
Historicism
Torquato Castellani (nos 175--8)
341(5)
Cantagalli (nos 179--83)
346(8)
Gualdo Tadino (no. 184)
354(4)
Twentieth century (nos 185--6)
358(4)
Fakes and doubtful items (nos 187--90)
362(6)
Maiolica sculpture (nos 191--9)
368(14)
Maiolica tiles (nos 200--5)
382(10)
Slipware and Lead-Glazed Earthenware (Nos 206--18)
392(19)
Mediciporcelain (no. 219)
411(8)
Tin Glaze From Outside Italy
Spain (nos 220--49)
419(32)
Portugal (nos 250--1)
451(4)
Mexico (nos 252--5)
455(6)
France (nos 256--61)
461(12)
Southern and Northern Netherlands (nos 262--71)
473(14)
England (nos 272--87)
487(24)
Germany and Central Europe (nos 288--9)
511(5)
Non-destructive technical investigation of tin-glazed ceramics in the Ashmolean Museum
516(17)
Kelly Domoney
Elisabeth Gardner
Glossary 533(3)
Concordance 536(2)
Bibliography 538(23)
Index 561
Professor Timothy Wilson is the world's leading authority on the subject. He is also former Keeper of Western Art at the Ashmolean Museum.

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