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Slipware : contemporary approaches

Author: Michael Eden; Victoria Eden
Publisher: North Ryde, NSW : Craftsman House, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Slipware was for centuries the traditional rural pottery of Europe and America—until the Industrial Revolution with its streamlined and mechanical production methods almost brought about its demise. For many years it survived only in country areas, but a renewed interest in its techniques and appreciation of its rich, vibrant qualities has today brought slipware to the forefront as a pottery of choice. In this  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Eden; Victoria Eden
ISBN: 9057032120 9789057032127
OCLC Number: 155103155
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 160 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Contents: Introduction: A brief history of slipware as seen from a British perspective --
Slipware from a world perspective --
Slipware now --
Slipware and the lead issue --
British makers: Clive Bowen --
Philippa de Burlet --
Peter and Jack Dick --
Victoria and Michael Eden --
Geoffrey Fuller --
Jonathan Garratt --
Nigel Lambert --
Sophie MacCarthy --
Philomena Pretsell --
Sally Shrimpton --
Taja --
Hans Ullrich --
Josie Walter --
Mary Wondrausch --
European: France: Poterie des Chals --
Cliousclat --
Jean-Luc and Emmanuelle Demolliens --
Patrick Galtié --
Jean-Nicolas Gérard --
Gerard Lachens --
Otto Lindner --
David Miller --
Robert Montaudoin --
Jérôme Plat and Philippe Gallot --
Catherin Vanier --
The Netherands: Mathieu van der Giessen --
Niek Hoogland --
Germany: Hans Fischer --
Hungary: László Domonkos --
Peter Vörös and Zoltán Varga --
Teréz Patona and Ferenc Brodsky --
Hódmezövasárhely --
Norway: Svein Narum --
Denmark: Jac Hansen --
Makers outside of Europe: USA: Ann Gabhart --
Mark Pharis --
Liz Quakenbush --
Annabeth Rosen --
Betty Woodman --
Greg Shooner --
Breiningers Pottery --
Canada: Jim smith --
Australia: susan Robey --
Jane Sawyer --
Glossary --
Suppliers.
Responsibility: Michael and Victoria Eden.

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"Slipware was for centuries the traditional rural pottery of Europe and America—until the Industrial Revolution with its streamlined and mechanical production methods almost brought about its demise. For many years it survived only in country areas, but a renewed interest in its techniques and appreciation of its rich, vibrant qualities has today brought slipware to the forefront as a pottery of choice. In this engaging and informative book, Victoria Eden and Michael Eden trace the history of slipware, discuss the techniques involved, and cover a wide cross-section of contemporary practice. The abundant illustrations include over two hundred striking images reflecting the current work of an international group of artists, along with a variety of traditional pieces. Slipware will serve as an inspiration for potters and a source of visual delight for all those interested in contemporary ceramics. In addition to the illustrations, the book offers practical information about the subject and will appeal to students and anyone interested in ceramics in general and in current interior design trends"--Dust jacket.

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