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The Ceramic Art
     

The Ceramic Art

by Jennie J. Young
 

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The Ceramic Art
A Compendium of the History and Manufacture of Pottery and Porcelain

This edition features
• illustrations
• a linked Table of Contents and Index

CONTENTS (abridged list)
INTRODUCTION. Advantages of the Study.—The Lost Origin of the Art.—Ascribed to the Gods.—Legends of China,

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The Ceramic Art
A Compendium of the History and Manufacture of Pottery and Porcelain

This edition features
• illustrations
• a linked Table of Contents and Index

CONTENTS (abridged list)
INTRODUCTION. Advantages of the Study.—The Lost Origin of the Art.—Ascribed to the Gods.—Legends of China, Japan, Egypt, and Greece.—Keramos.—A Solution suggested.—How Pottery illustrates History.—How it explains the Customs of the Ancients.—Its Bearings upon Religion.—Examples from Egypt, Greece, and China.—The Art represented in Pottery.—Its Permanency.—As a Combination of Form with Drawing and Color.—Greek Art.—Its Merits and Defects.—The Orientals, and their Attention to Color.—Eastern Skill.—The Aim of Palissy.—The Highest Aim of the Ceramic Artist.—Painting on Porcelain.—Rules to be Observed in Decorating.—Where Color alone is a Worthy Object.—How the Art affords the Best Illustration of the Useful combined with the Beautiful.—Its Place in the Household
BOOK I.—NOMENCLATURE AND METHODS.
CHAPTER I. TECHNOLOGY. Confusion in Use of Terms.—Porcelain as an Instance.—Derivation of Ceramic.—Pottery.—Faience.—Majolica.—Mezza-Majolica.—Composition of Porcelain.—Origin of Word.—Where first made.—When introduced into Europe.—Hard and Soft Paste.—Soft Porcelain of Venice, Florence, England, France.—Hard Porcelain invented at Meissen by Böttcher.—Vienna.—Discovery of Kaolin in France.—Biscuit
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BOOK IV.—AMERICA.
CHAPTER I
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CHAPTER V
INDEX

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BN ID:
2940148591221
Publisher:
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Publication date:
07/16/2013
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