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Ceramics in America 2014 (Ceramics in America Annual)

by Robert Hunter

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0982772246, Hardcover)

Now in its fourteenth year of publication, Ceramics in America is considered the journal of record for historical ceramics scholarship in the American context and is intended for collectors, historical archaeologists, curators, decorative arts students, social historians, and contemporary potters.

The 2014 volume of Ceramics in America will feature a series of 10 essays by ceramic specialists who are widely recognized in their respective fields of expertise. Each essay will examine 10 objects that are of particular significance to the author. In addition, other experts have been asked to contribute annotated bibliographies of their most significant reference works.

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The “X” Project: Ceramics in America 2014

I-Porcelain by John Austin • The Ceramic Vessel in 20th-Century Art by Garth Clark • Hot Bodies, Cool Glazes: American China Painting In Two Centuries by Ellen Paul Denker • A Curator’s 10 - Ceramics from the Newark Museum by Ulysses Dietz •  "A History of Chinese Export Porcelain in Ten Objects" by Ron Fuchs • An English Pottery Dealer’s Triumphs and Tribulations by Jonathan Horne • Specializing in the Diverse:  A Ceramic Journey in 10 Objects by Robert Hunter • 10 Ceramics Objects from the Nation’s Attic/Smithsonian by Bonnie Lilienfeld • The Ten Commandments by Ivor Noël Hume • London’s ceramic history in ten pots by Jacqui Pearce

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