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ancient art stoneware of the Low countries and Germany
M. L. Solon
|Statement||By M. L. Solon ... Illustrated with 25 copperplate etchings and 210 illustrations in text, drawn by the author. Vol.1.|
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : L. M Solon. The Art of German Stoneware, and functional, stoneware ceramics produced in the German-speaking centres of what is today Germany and the Low Countries were highly valued and widely traded in Europe and North America from the 16th through to the 18th century.
Dangerous Perfection- Ancient Funerary Vases from Southern Italy Ursula Kastner. One of the first men who wrote about Raeren stoneware, the Englishman M.L. Solon, presents Raeren stoneware in his book "The ancient art stoneware of the low countries and Germany", Vol.
I, Ancient art stoneware of the Low countries and Germany bookwith a pick and a shovel. He took part in the first excavations. With buckets and wheelbarrows. Many history books focus on dates, battles, and rulers.
Instead this book reads like a story. Winning a battle does not win the war anymore than winning the war means you get your own way. I liked the simple explanations of why the Low Countries kept realigning themselves with France, England, and even Spain when these countries wanted to Reviews: 7.
West German pottery is a name given to pottery made in West Germany during the 50s, 60s and 70s — an era viewed as something of a Golden Age of ceramics where potters experimented with colour, glaze and shape. West German pottery comes in some hugely distinctive shapes, styles and colour schemes that are unique to this period of production.
This book is a concise history of German stoneware, illustrated with vivid photos, spanning from c to AD. German stoneware, high fired, nearly waterproof before light salt glazing, and extremely durable, has been described as "the most important and specific contribution that Germany made to the medieval European ceramic arts."Reviews: 2.
German Stoneware, Archaeology and Cultural History: Containing a Guide to the Collections of the British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, and Museum of London Authors David R.
Gaimster, R. Hildyard. - the king of the Franks, Charlemagne, was crowned emperor of Rome by Pope Leo III on Christmas Day, Charlemagne's territory encompassed parts of France, the Low Countries, Germany, Austria, and Italy - Carolingian Empire continuation of Early Christian Rome under Constantine (renovatio imperii romani, meaning "renewal of the Roman Empire").
Stoneware is a robust, non-porous and durable material. German potters found these characteristics ideal for the manufacture of drinking and storage vessels. Stoneware mugs, jugs and bottles became indispensable to daily life in late medieval Germany.
They were equally useful as an export commodity as they could endure transportation by sea. Germany claims for herself the discovery of the art of pottery-making so far back as the yearmore than a century before Luca Della Robbia was born; but M. Demmin prefers not to recognize this claim, and takes up his discourse at a point where dates are less obscure, and the evidences more tangible.
Get this from a library. The art of German stoneware, from the Charles W. Nichols collection and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. [Jack Hinton; Philadelphia Museum of Art.] -- Beautiful and eminently useful, stonewares produced in the German-speaking lands from the Middle Ages onward were highly valued for their durability and suitability for a range of domestic and social.
German medieval art really begins with the Frankish Empire of Charlemagne (d. ), the first state to rule the great majority of the modern territory of Germany, as well as France and much of Italy. Carolingian art was restricted to a relatively small number of objects produced for a circle around the court and a number of Imperial abbeys they sponsored, but had a huge influence on later.
Stoneware is basically an incredibly hard, non-porous ceramic usually fired at very high temperatures and the medieval equivalent of a Le Creuset set. These usually pale grey jugs and vases came all the way from Langerwehe in Germany, and are precursors to the later German Stoneware.
Printmaking by woodcut and engraving was already more developed in Germany and the Low Countries than anywhere else, and the Germans took the lead in developing book illustrations. Martin Schongauer (c–) is credited as the first artist to create an engraving. The Art of German Stoneware.
May 5, - August 5, From the fourteenth through eighteenth centuries, stoneware ceramics from Germanspeaking centers in modern-day Germany and the Low Countries were valued and widely traded throughout northern Europe.
In the s—the heyday of stoneware production—they found an enthusiastic market in. About the Book Author Jesse Bryant Wilder holds a MAT (Masters in Teaching) and a MA in Literature and is the founder, publisher and editor of NEXUS, a series of interdisciplinary textbooks used in high schools around the country.
He has written several textbooks on art and art history and was an art critic for the Plain Dealer. The mythology of the modern-day Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg has its roots in the mythologies of pre-Christian (e.g.
Gaulish (Gallo-Roman) and Germanic) cultures, predating the region's Christianization under the influence of the Franks in the Early Middle Ages. At the time of the Roman Empire and in the Early Middle Ages, some of the resident peoples of the Low Countries' included.
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