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The Oriental Influence on the Ceramic Art of the Italian Renaissance with ...
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The Oriental Influence on the Ceramic Art of the Italian Renaissance
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albarello artistic belly expanding upwards black on white blue on white bowl British Museum Cairo mounds centre ceramic art Chinese porcelain curved sides cylindrical Damascus decoration deep blue diminishing neck drawn in black dropping into tears evidence examples excavations faience Feridoon flat handle Foot curved outwards Fortnum fragments Graffito ornament Henry Wallis Hollowed foot illustrations in colour Italy lustre and deep lustre on white Maiolica Musee du Louvre Myrina objects Oriental influence Oriental pottery Ornament drawn Ornament painted painted in black painted in blue painted in deep painted in golden period Persian Persian Ceramic Persian wares probably projecting lip Shah Nameh Similar in technique slightly concave Small foot so-called Rhodian South Kensington Museum Spanish Spanish-Moorish Syrian technique to fig thickening at foot tiles tin glaze turquoise vitreous glaze vessels vitreous glaze dropping WALL-TILES White body white ground Whitish body writer Xlllth Century XlVth XVth Century Zohak
Page xiii - Cithaeron, have attained a fame which the Mississippi and the Himalayas can never hope to equal,
Page 35 - Amphora-shaped •with two large flat handles ; pear-shaped body, long neck, ribbed at lower part, canellated nbove, moulded lip. Whitish body, tin glaze. Ornament painted in gold lustre on white ground, the pattern in parts almost obliterated.