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by Andrew McGarva
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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Andrew McGarva
  • ISBN:
    0713648139
  • ISBN13:
    978-0713648133
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  • Publisher:
    A & C Black (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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    History & Criticism
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The Traditional Earthenware of Britain (Ceramics). Published November 2000 by A&C Black.

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Country Pottery : Traditional Earthenware of Britain. In this book the author looks over the history of British country potteries, the personalities that emerged and their wares that were made.

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Old Pottery Vintage Pottery Ceramic Pottery Dining Ware Ceramic Cups Ceramic Art Modern Ceramics Modern Artists Tea Bowls. Century Staffordshire Slipware Mug. Butter Wynd Pottery. Mug of buff-coloured earthenware; the inside is coated with white slip and the outside with brown over which are four rows of discs in white slip, the whole being covered with a yellow glaze. Staffordshire, c. Staffordshire Cup, . 700. Lead glazed earthenware with slip decoration.

The first book to provide a comprehensive overview of British pottery, The Potter's Art traces this remarkable history from the rudimentary pots of the Middle Ages to the intellectually ambitious art of today's studio potters. Beginning with the peasant potter.

Country Pottery: The Traditional Earthenware of Britain. The Book of the Exhibition, Abbotskerswell Cottage Art School Easter 1889. Newton Abbot: TPCS Archives, Torquay Museum. London: A. & C. Black, 2000. Plummer, R. Nothing Need Be Ugly: The First Seventy Years of the Design & Industries Association.

Earthenware, pottery that has not been fired to the point of vitrification and is thus slightly porous and coarser than stoneware and porcelain. The body can be covered completely or decorated with slip (a liquid clay mixture applied before firing), or it can be glazed. creamware vaseCreamware vase, Luxembourg, late 18th century; in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Courtesy of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. tin-glazed earthenware dishTin-glazed earthenware dish, Spain, first half of the 19th century; in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

CELORIA F, 1973, Ceramic Machinery of the nineteenth century in the Potteries and in other parts of Britain; Staffordshire Archaeology 2, 11-48. McGARVA A, 2000, Country Pottery: Traditional Earthenware of Britain. London: A & C Black. London: Reeves and Turner. COLEMAN-SMITH R & PEARSON T, 1988, Excavations in the Donyatt Potteries. NYFWI, 1991, North Yorkshire Federation North Yorkshire Village Book of Women’s Institutes. OMNIBUS, 1975, Big Ware.

Artwork discoveries show that pottery and ceramics production goes way back. The pottery of the early Renaissance in Italy was an elaboration of the majolica ware styles made by the Moors which the northern Italians started to copy in the 14th century. It is said that this Moorish influence on Italian ceramic art led to the great development of pottery designs which eventually evolved in 16th century Italy. 15th Century Medici Porcelain.

In this book the author looks over the history of British country potteries, the personalities that emerged and their wares that were made. He then discusses how a new generation of potters have been influenced by them and how these potters are incorporating these traditions in the work that they are currently making.