Australian Studio Pottery & China Painting
The social history of studio pottery and china painting in Australia is outlined, as Peter Timms traces its development as a means of individual artistic expression. Distinctive techniques and stylistic influences are explored, as are the circumstances and philosophical bases of their work. The book contains a comprehensive collection of biographies, making it a useful and authoritative text for scholars, craftsmen and collectors alike.
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Active early 1900s Adelaide AGSA Applied Arts Arthur Boyd artist Arts & Crafts Arts and Crafts Australian National Gallery Ballarat bourne Boyd's Brisbane Central TC Brisbane Royal Natl Central TC pottery ceramics china painting clay clear glaze Height Collection AGNSW Cooke and Edwards Crafts Society NSW Crafts Society Vic East Sydney East Sydney TC England Exhibitions Arts Exhibitions Qld Arts Exhibitions SA Society Exhibitions Women's Gallery of Victoria hand-built domestic earthenwares Hobart Julian Ashton kiln L. J. Harvey Mark Melbourne TC Murrumbeena Museum of Applied National Gallery School November October overglaze decoration painted decoration painters Porcelain Pottery and china pottery under L. J. pottery-making Queenslander Reference Argus Reference Cooke Reference Woman's World returned to Australia Royal Natl Assocn School of Arts sculpture sgraffito Shepparton Art Gallery Society of Arts solo exhibition South Australia South Wales stoneware Studied Brisbane Central studio pottery underglaze colour Vase Women's Work Exhibition