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Margaret Connors McQuade
Americas Society, 1999 - Antiques & Collectibles - 112 pages
This illustrated bilingual study explores the development of Talavera Poblana glazed earthenware, from the seventeenth century when it was introduced to the New World in Puebla, Mexico, to the present day. These distinctive ceramic basins, vases, drug jars, tile panels, and sculptures synthesize forms and motifs of Spanish, Islamic, Chinese, and Italian origins to create a magnificent, uniquely Mexican style.

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Acknowledgments
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Tradition for the Future
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tradición cerámica mexicana
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