This study looks at the development of porcelain in the past 20 years. It gives particular consideration to the technical achievements, the working methods and aesthetic concerns of ceramicists who work in this medium and its close relative, bone china.
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Peter Lane is a well-known potter and former Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia. A fellow of the Craft Potters Association and a fellow of the Society of Designer-Craftsmen, he has exhibited ceramics widely in Europe, North America, and Australia. His work is included in the selective index Craftsmen of Quality at the Crafts Council in London.Review :
Porcelain is prized for its vivid whiteness; but those creating it have been well aware of its quirky qualities. Lane provides a strong history and celebration of porcelain in the last two decades of the 20th century, examining technical achievements and working practices common to cermacists who work with porcelain. Numerous black and white and color photos of porcelain explore its many qualities and artistry. -- Midwest Book Review
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Description du livre A & C Black Publishers Ltd, 1995. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 0713639563