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Newcomb Pottery Crafts

Author : Jessie J. Poesch
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Interest in the Newcomb College art program of the early 20th century continues and grows. This beautifully illustrated sourcebook chronicles the history of the Newcomb Pottery at Tulane University in Louisiana from its founding in 1895. It explores the development of the art form, presenting a sensitive picture of the artists themselves. A section on marks and dating by Walter Bob is included.Over 800 color photographs of Newcomb pottery and crafts and 40 historical black and white images. A beautiful and important book.

Newcomb Pottery

Author : Deborah Lerme
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Newcomb Pottery

Author : Jessie J. Poesch
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This beautifully illustrated sourcebook chronicles the history of the Newcomb Pottery at Tulane University in Louisiana from its founding in 1895. It explores the development of the art form, and presents a sensitive picture of the artists themselves. It includes a section on marks and dating by Walter Bob, as well as a complete exhibition catalog compiled by Sally Main Spanola, assistant curator.

Newcomb Pottery

Author : Suzanne Ormond
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A stunning pictorial history of an enduring New Orleans legacy. Decorated with Louisiana irises and Southern pines, the crafts created by the ladies of Newcomb College during the early 20th century represent some of New Orleans' most iconic and distinctive art. Exhibited in more than 150 photographs, these pieces demonstrate the craftsmanship that established the Newcomb movement as one of critical artistic importance.

Brush and Pencil

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Library of Congress Subject Headings

Author : Library of Congress
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Marks of American Potters

Author : Edwin Atlee Barber
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The Arts Crafts of Newcomb Pottery

Author : David H. Conradsen
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"Published to accompany the exhibition Women, Art, and Social Change: The Newcomb Pottery Enterprise, organized by the Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, held there October 4, 2013 to March 9, 2014, and circulated thereafter by the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Services"--Colophon.

Kovels American Art Pottery

Author : Ralph M. Kovel
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Lists 215 art pottery and tile firms and more than one thousand artist and factory marks

The Newark Museum Collection of American Art Pottery

Author : Newark Museum
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The Kovels Collector s Guide to American Art Pottery

Author : Ralph M. Kovel
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History of American Ceramics

Author : Paul S. Donhauser
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Overzicht van de ontwikkeling van Amerikaanse studio keramiek in de twintigste eeuw.

Pottery Politics Art

Author : Richard D. Mohr
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Understanding the passions fueling three of America's most provocative potters Pottery, Politics, Art uses the medium of clay to explore the nature of spectacle, bodies, and boundaries. The book analyzes the sexual and social obsessions of three of America's most intense potters, artists who used the liminal potentials of clay to explore the horrors and delights of our animal selves. The book revives from undeserved obscurity the far-southern Illinois potting brothers Cornwall and Wallace Kirkpatrick (1814-90, 1828-96) and examines the significance of the haunting, witty, and grotesque wares of the brothers' Anna Pottery (1859-96). The book then traces the Kirkpatricks' decisive influence on a central figure in the American arts and crafts movement, George Ohr (1857-1918), known as "the Mad Potter of Biloxi" and arguably America's greatest potter. Finally, the book gives a new reading to Ohr's contorted yet lyrical and ecstatic works. Abundant full-color and black-and-white photographs illustrate this remarkable art, with images of many Kirkpatrick and Ohr works being published here for the first time.

Art with a Mission

Author : Patricia J. Fidler
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American Ceramics

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American Ceramics

Author : Everson Museum of Art
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Art Pottery of the United States

Author : Paul Evans
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The Bulletin of the American Ceramic Society

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Holiday Estates Auction December 2 3 2006

Author : Neal Auction Company
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American Ceramic Society Bulletin

Author : American Ceramic Society
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