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Maiolica: Italian Renaissance Ceramics in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Limited preview - 2016
Albert Museum artistic Arts Club 1887 Ashmolean Museum attributed Ballardini bianco sopra bianco Bibliography blue Bought by Fortnum bowl British Museum Burlington Fine Arts C.D.E. Fortnum Cafaggiolo Cantagalli Castel catalogue centre ceramica ceramics Christie's Cipriano Piccolpasso collection dated decoration Deruta Diam Dish on low engraving examples Faenza Ferrara Florence Fortnum Bequest Francesco Xanto Avelli Given by C.D.E. glaze Gubbio Guido Durantino Hercules Hispano-Moresque incised slipware inscribed Islamic istoriato maiolica Italian Maiolica Italy J.V.G. Mallet jars London Loreto low foot lustreware Maestro Giorgio Marcantonio marked pieces Marks and Monograms Medici porcelain medieval Milan Nicola da Urbino Orazio Fontana Orvieto painted painter Perillus Pesaro pharmacy Piccolpasso plate pottery probably produced Provenance putto Rackham Raphael's Renaissance Italy Renaissance maiolica reverse Robinson Rome Rovigo Siena similar piece sixteenth century slipware South Kensington tin-glazed inside Tuscany Urbino Venezia Venice Victoria and Albert Wilson woodcut workshop of Guido workshop of Maestro