Italian Renaissance Maiolica
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New photography shows the dazzling palette of colours which has not faded over time, that was used to decorate these objects, and emphasizes why these objects were prized in the Renaissance and remain so popular with today’s collectors.
Italian Renaissance Maiolica also includes illustrations from Piccolpasso’s sixteenth-century manuscript Three books of the Potter’s Art, an incomparable source on maiolica, to illustrate how these highly valued objects were made.
Author/Artist/DesignerElisa Sani (Author), Reino Liefkes (Author), John Mallet (Author)
22.23cm x 2.54cm x 27.94cm
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Elisa P. Sani
Elisa P. Sani was formerly Assistant Curator in the Ceramics & Glass Department at the V&A. She is an internationally renowned Italian maiolica scholar and has catalogued ceramics for important public collections in Italy and England.