American Ceramics

This book is a richly-illustrated, up-to-the-minute, and comprehensive history of American ceramics. It traces, decade by decade, how American ceramics emerged from an incipient art-pottery movement in the late nineteenth century to its position of international preeminence in the last thirty-five years. Includes work by George E. Ohr and artists such as Judy Chicago and Roy Lichenstein.

Genre
Art
Topics
domestic design, pottery
Author
Garth Clark
Publisher
Booth-Clibborn Editions
Format
Hardcover
ISBN
0904866599 (find on Amazon)

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