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Chinese Porcelain

by O. du Sartel Parkstone International (January 10, 2007)

The art of porcelain manufacturing is linked closely to China and its history, appearing in the 7th century when it became an important symbol of royalty or high status. The masterpieces of the genre featured...


Gothic Art

by Victoria Charles & Klaus Carl Parkstone International (March 09, 2016)

Gothic art finds its roots in the powerful architecture of the cathedrals of northern France. It is a medieval art movement that evolved throughout Europe over more than 200 years. Leaving curved Roman forms...


Art of Islam

by Gaston Migeon & Henri Saladin Parkstone International (May 08, 2012)

Islamic art is not the art of a nation or of a people, but that of a religion: Islam. Spreading from the Arabian Peninsula, the proselyte believers conquered, in a few centuries, a territory spreading from the...


Decorative Art

by Albert Jaquemart Parkstone International (May 08, 2012)

From the Middle Ages to contemporary times, decorative art can be defi ned by the artistic materials, designs and objects used in both architecture and interior design. Similar to many art forms decorative art...


Romanesque Art

by Victoria Charles & Klaus Carl Parkstone International (January 05, 2012)

In art history, the term 'Romanesque art' distinguishes the period between the beginning of the 11th and the end of the 12th century. This era showed a great diversity of regional schools each with their own...


Gothic Art

by Victoria Charles & Klaus Carl Parkstone International (January 05, 2012)

Gothic art finds its roots in the powerful architecture of the cathedrals of northern France. It is a medieval art movement that evolved throughout Europe over more than 200 years. Leaving curved Roman forms...


Byzantine Art

by Charles Bayet Parkstone International (January 05, 2012)

For more than a millennium, from its creation in 330 CE until its fall in 1453, the Byzantine Empire was a cradle of artistic effervescence that is only beginning to be rediscovered. Endowed with the rich heritage...


Chinese Porcelain

by O. du Sartel Parkstone International (July 01, 2011)

The art of porcelain manufacturing is linked closely to China and its history, appearing in the 7th century when it became an important symbol of royalty or high status. The masterpieces of the genre featured...


Gothic Art

by Victoria Charles & Klaus Carl Parkstone International (March 08, 2016)

Gothic art finds its roots in the powerful architecture of the cathedrals of northern France. It is a medieval art movement that evolved throughout Europe over more than 200 years. Leaving curved Roman forms...


Romanesque Art

by Victoria Charles & Klaus Carl Parkstone International (March 08, 2016)

In art history, the term 'Romanesque art' distinguishes the period between the beginning of the 11th and the end of the 12th century. This era showed a great diversity of regional schools each with their own...


Decorative Art

by Albert Jaquemart Parkstone International (September 14, 2015)

From the Middle Ages to contemporary times, decorative art can be defi ned by the artistic materials, designs and objects used in both architecture and interior design. Similar to many art forms decorative art...


Art of Islam

by Gaston Migeon & Henri Saladin Parkstone International (September 14, 2015)

Islamic art is not the art of a nation or of a people, but that of a religion: Islam. Spreading from the Arabian Peninsula, the proselyte believers conquered, in a few centuries, a territory spreading from the...


Dishes

by Shax Riegler & Robert Bean Artisan (November 05, 2013)

Dishes is the dish obsessive’s dream come true—a definitive guide to the colorful, wonderful dinner plate, with hundreds of patterns organized thematically and annotated with historical details and charming...


Global Clay

by John A. Burrison Indiana University Press (June 16, 2017)

For over 25,000 years, humans across the globe have shaped, decorated, and fired clay. Despite great differences in location and time, universal themes appear in the world’s ceramic traditions, including religious...


A Chosen Path

by Mark Shapiro The University of North Carolina Press (September 17, 2010)

Renowned ceramic artist Karen Karnes has created some of the most iconic pottery of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. The body of work she has produced in her more than sixty years in the...


The White Road

by Edmund De Waal Farrar, Straus and Giroux (November 09, 2015)

An intimate narrative history of porcelain, structured around five journeys through landscapes where porcelain was dreamed about, fired, refined, collected, and coveted.

Extraordinary new nonfiction, a gripping...


Galle

by Émile Gallé Parkstone International (November 24, 2014)

An icon in the Art Nouveau movement, Émile Gallé (1846-1904) sought to portray the beauty and simplicity of nature in his glass art. His designs, referred to as “poetry in glass”, range from fine pottery...