Ceramic Form: Design and Decoration

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Random House Incorporated, 1988 - Bottles. - 224 pages
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In this new, revised edition of Ceramic Form (1988), the author explains the working methods of more than 150 contemporary potters and considers their approaches to design and decoration of bowls and bottles through the use of color, patterns, and texture. A unique directory of forms in profile make this at once a history and guide for collectors, an inspirational library of forms for potters, and an invaluable illustratedsource for collectors.

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Lane documents his visually stimulating study of ceramic form with the work of over 150 potters from around the world. Though he limits his presentation to bottles and bowls on the theory that these ... Read full review

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This is the book I found most inspiring when I was in ceramics school, yet my own work was completely unlike anything in this book. I'm just a fan of British studio pottery, and there's a lot of it in ... Read full review



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