German Ceramics

German Ceramics

By: Ducret, Von Siegfried

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Cover is in great shape, little to no edge wear or damage. The dustjacket is a little faded, but is otherwise in great condition. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; European porcelain was first developed in the late Baroque period, and to the present day it is by the unique characteristics of pieces in the baroque style that artifacts in porcelain have been judged. In Meissen porcelain, the oldest and noblest of Europe, we have the strongest and most enduring manifestation of the Baroque spirit. Meissen gave European porcelain the vocabulary and style in which it was to speak to us for more than two hundred years. Certainly, in the public imagination Meissen porcelain and Baroque have become synonymous. Since the character of Meissen porcelain was determined in the eighteenth century, and a considerable proportion of it continued to be manufactured along the same lines, the detailed discussion of the Baroque period of Meissen to be found in this book is justified, and it becomes equally necessary to consider the social backround during its innovation and development... ; 10" x 13"; 516 pages

Title: German Ceramics

Author Name: Ducret, Von Siegfried

Categories: Pictorial, Germany,

Publisher: New York, Alpine Fine Arts Collection, Ltd: 1983

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good- in Very Good- Dust Jacket

Seller ID: 45818

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