History of Renaissance ceramics in Europe.

 

This slideshow of 165 views is thus organised (the numbers refer to the illustrations):

 

 

1)      Different ceramic materials, the major groups.

 

-          Medieval lead-glazed earthenware, Beauvaisis (1).

-          Stoneware;  Beauvaisis, St Vérain, Rhineland : salt-glazed stoneware from Köln and Raeren (2); Siegburg’s white stoneware (3).

-          Under-glaze decoration earthenware in ottoman Turkey (4).

 

 

   

-          Tin-glazed pottery, Hispano-Moresque earthenware and its Middle-East origin (5).

 

 

2)      Maiolica.

 

-          Selected examples illustrate the productions of Pesaro, Siena (6), Faenza (7), Deruta (8), Gubbio (9), Montelupo (10), Castel Durante (11), Venice (12), Cafaggiolo (13), Urbino (14) and Florence (15).

 

3)      Medici porcelain (16).

 

4)      French earthenware.

 

-          Masséot Abaquesne (17)

-          Pré d’Auge (18)

-          Bernard Palissy (19)

-          The case of Saint Porchaire (20).

 

 

 

 

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