The Oriental Influence on the Ceramic Art of the Italian Renaissance

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B. Quaritch, 1900 - Art, Renaissance - 3 pages

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Page xiii - Cithaeron, have attained a fame which the Mississippi and the Himalayas can never hope to equal,
Page 52 - The Godman Collection. Persian ceramic art in the collection of Mr. F. Ducane Godman, FRS The XIII century lustred vases.
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.
Page xxvi - Osma (fig. 42), furnishes an early date, which, according to its owner, is between May 1408 and November 1417. Those who know the original will remember that it...

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