A new examination of the history of ceramic art, spanning ancient to modern times, emphasizing its traditions, materials, and methods of making.
Concise but comprehensive, Ceramic Art brings together the voices of art historians, conservators, and artists to tell the history of making art from fired clay. The story spans history and continents, examining the global traditions of ceramists that range from pre-Columbian Peruvian artisans to contemporary African studio potters. Paperback, 160 pages.
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