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Le Maioliche Di Castelli: Dal Rinascimento Al Neoclassicismo

Battistella, Franco Maria; Vincenzo De Pompeis

ISBN 10: 8850100345 / ISBN 13: 9788850100347
Published by Carsa, Pescara, 2005
Condition: vg Hardcover
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Folio. 239pp. Black cloth, in original dust jacket and sturdy pictorial cardboard slipcase. Profusely illustrated with b/w and color reproductions of photographs. Two 1/2" closed tears on top edge of slipcase. Some bumping to edges. Slight creasing to head spine of dj. Text in Italian. Overall very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 22319

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Title: Le Maioliche Di Castelli: Dal Rinascimento ...

Publisher: Carsa, Pescara

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: First edition.

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Synopsis:

Olume-catalogo edito in occasione della mostra "La straordinaria fucina dell'arte" (Pescara-Museo delle Genti d'Abruzzo; Castelli-Museo della Ceramica), è arricchito di saggi inediti di approfondimento. Rappresenta il più aggiornato compendio di studi sull'antica maiolica di Castelli, a cui i più affermati studiosi del settore hanno dato il loro contributo. Riccamente illustrato con oltre 500 straordinarie immagini a colori e in bianco e nero, ognuna accompagnata dalla relativa scheda esplicativa, il volume illustra i secoli d'oro della produzione castellana attraverso un'analisi storico- artistica dei principali autori, e una selezione delle più significative tipologie, con materiale e documentazione che non si ferma a quanto esposto in mostra. Quarant'anni dopo l'ultima mostra antologica sulla produzione castellana, emerge uno scenario del tutto nuovo rispetto agli studi del passato. Splendide maioliche dai colori accesi, impreziosite da motivi in oro su smalti bianchi o turchini; piatti istoriati, stoviglie, vasi policromi, ervizi da tavola sono al centro dell'opera, corredata da schede di molti pezzi del tutto inediti e dalle biografie dei principali protagonisti di questa grande stagione artistica ritrovata.

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