Meissen s Blue and White Porcelain

The text details the decorative techniques and artists who created them. Values are found in the captions.

Author: Nicholas Zumbulyadis

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited

ISBN: 9780764324826

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 219

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Over 360 stunning color photos display exquisite blue and white decorated dining services, candelabrums, tea and coffee services, centerpieces, vases, and more, created by Germany's famous Meissen porcelain manufactory. Ranging from rare, early eighteenth century museum pieces to nineteenth century plates and platters readily obtainable by collectors, they feature decorations in royal blue, underglaze and overglaze colors, and patterns including Rock and Bird, Strawflower, and the ever-popular Blue Onion. Many have never before been seen in print in an English language publication! The fascinating text includes a history of porcelain painting, a discussion of Meissen's artists, the wares produced, decorative techniques incorporated over two centuries, and an examination of Meissen's manufacturer's marks, a bibliography, and an index. Values may be found in the captions. This book is essential for everyone who appreciates fine porcelain.


Antique Porcelain in Color Meissen

Owing to the high esteem in which Chinese blue and white porcelain was held , another of Böttger's aims was to imitate this successfully . The factory records reveal the efforts of David Köhler and Johann Melhorn to perfect decoration ...

Author: Hugo Morley-Fletcher

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Meissen porcelain

Page: 119

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Traces the history of the Meissen factory from it's foundation in 1710.

Bodies and Maps

Triumph of the Blue Swords: Meissen Porcelain for Aristocracy and Bourgeoisie, 1710–1815 (Leipzig: 2010). Poeschel S., Studien zur ... Zumbulyadis N., Meissen's Blue and White Porcelain: Dining in Royal Splendor (Atglen, PA: 2006).

Author: Maryanne Cline Horowitz

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004438033

Category: History

Page: 435

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An exploration of the ways early modern European artists have visualized continents through the female (sometimes male) body to express their perceptions of newly encountered peoples. Often stereotypical, these personifications are however more complex than what they seem.

European Porcelain in The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Meissen figure derives directly from a Chinese, white-porcelain figure of Guanyin that was in the Saxon royal ... Along with Chinese blue-and-white porcelain, so-called blanc de chine was produced in enormous quantities and avidly ...

Author: Jeffrey Munger

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art

ISBN: 1588396436

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 315

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Porcelain imported from China was the most highly coveted new medium in sixteenth- and early seventeenth-­century Europe. Its pure white color, translucency, and durability, as well as the delicacy of decoration, were impossible to achieve in European earthenware and stoneware. In response, European ceramic factories set out to discover the process of producing porcelain in the Chinese manner, with significant artistic, technical, and commercial ramifications for Britain and the Continent. Indeed, not only artisans, but kings, noble patrons, and entrepreneurs all joined in the quest, hoping to gain both prestige and profit from the enterprises they established. This beautifully illustrated volume showcases ninety works that span the late sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth century and reflect the major currents of European porcelain production. Each work is illustrated with glorious new photography, accompanied by analysis and interpretation by one of the leading experts in European decorative arts. Among the wide range of porcelains selected are rare blue-and-white wares and figures from Italy, superb examples from the Meissen factory in Germany and the Sèvres factory in France, and ceramics produced by leading British eighteenth-century artisans. Taken together, they reveal why the Metropolitan Museum’s holdings in this field are among the finest in the world. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Verdana}

Highlights of the Untermyer Collection of English and Continental Decorative Arts

Oil pitcher J. F. Eberlein German (Meissen): I744 Hard-paste porcelain Mark: crossed swords in underglaze blue H. 8 in. ... Here, a lady sews a blue and white Freemason's apron for her approaching companion, who throws her a kiss.

Author: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art

ISBN: 0870991698

Category: Decoration and ornament

Page: 218

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Porcelain Analysis and Its Role in the Forensic Attribution of Ceramic Specimens

Augustus called the porcelain material “white gold” – this nomenclature directly refiects the original purpose of ... Underglaze blue pigments, termed “Meissen blue”, were introduced by Frederick Kottig and a wide range of other ...

Author: Howell G. M. Edwards

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030809528

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 585

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The material for this book arose from the author’s research into porcelains over many years, as a collector in appreciation of their artistic beauty , as an analytical chemist in the scientific interrogation of their body paste, enamel pigments and glaze compositions, and as a ceramic historian in the assessment of their manufactory foundations and their correlation with available documentation relating to their recipes and formulations. A discussion of the role of analysis in the framework of a holistic assessment of artworks and specifically the composition of porcelain, namely hard paste, soft paste, phosphatic, bone china and magnesian, is followed by its growth from its beginnings in China to its importation into Europe in the 16th Century. A survey of European porcelain manufactories in the 17th and 18th Centuries is followed by a description of the raw materials, minerals and recipes for porcelain manufacture and details of the chemistry of the high temperature firing processes involved therein. The historical backgrounds to several important European factories are considered, highlighting the imperfections in the written record that have been perpetuated through the ages. The analytical chemical information derived from the interrogation of specimens, from fragments, shards or perfect finished items, is reviewed and operational protocols established for the identification of a factory output from the data presented. Several case studies are examined in detail across several porcelain manufactories to indicate the role adopted by modern analytical science, with information provided at the quantitative elemental oxide and qualitative molecular spectroscopic levels, where applicable. The attribution of a specimen to a particular factory is either supported thereby or in some cases a potential reassessment of an earlier attribution is indicated. Overall, the information provided by analytical chemical data is seen to be extremely useful for porcelain identification and for its potential attribution in the context of a holistic forensic evaluation of hitherto unknown porcelain exemplars of questionable factory origins.

The Grove Encyclopedia of Materials and Techniques in Art

carrying Chinese blue-and-white porcelains, which had previously been brought by Portuguese ships. ... was discovered at Meissen in 1706–7, and a hard-paste 'true' porcelain, using kaolin from Colditz, was made from 1710.

Author: Gerald W. R. Ward

Publisher: Grove Encyclopedia Of

ISBN: 0195313917

Category: Art

Page: 848

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Provides over 1400 articles that deal with materials and techniques in art from ancient times to the present, including such media as ceramics, sculpture, metalwork, painting, works on paper, textiles, video, and computer art.

Shapely Bodies

The Image of Porcelain in Eighteenth-Century France Christine A. Jones. ———. “Le Mondain.” 1736. In Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire, ... Meissen's Blue and White Porcelain: Dining in Royal Splendor. Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 2006.

Author: Christine A. Jones

Publisher: University of Delaware

ISBN: 1611494095

Category: Art

Page: 317

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Shapely Bodies is the first study of the politics behind the making of porcelain’s fashionable image in eighteenth-century France.

Hobbies

Beanutiful white glazed porcelain background decor w / the brilliant Meissen blue flowers , butterflies & bees . Tea pot , milk pitcher , 2 cups & 2 saucers have the Marcolini star but are not on the matching plates .

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Category: Collectors and collecting

Page: 1012

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