Ceramic Decoration: a selective guide to pots in the collection of the Crafts Study Centre

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   Theme Title   Ceramic Decoration: a selective guide to pots in the collection of the Crafts Study Centre    
   Context   Higher Education
Further Education
   
   Description of Use   It should be used for information and study by collectors, curators, students and enthusiasts.   
   Difficulty   Easy   
   Intended End User Role   Learner
Undergraduate
Foundation
   
   Interactivity Level   Low   
   Interactivity Type   Expositive   
   Language   English
en-UK
   
   Learning Resource Type   Narrative text
Image
   
   Typical Age Range   16+   
   Typical Learning Time   45+   
   Author   Margot Coatts   
   Banner   ceramics.jpg   
   Contributor   David Westwood, photographer at the Crafts Study Centre   
   Description   This guide and information package on ceramic decoration exposes an aspect of the Crafts Study Centre´s collection in which it is particularly strong. It is designed to appeal to BA level and other art and design students, to craft curators, collectors, potters and people in general who appreciate pots.   
   External URL Link   tm/index.php?theme_id=csccer   
   Theme ID   csccer   
   Language   English
en-UK
   
   Location   Durweston pottery
Dorset
Devon
Abuja
Nigeria
Africa
UK
England
Winchcombe Pottery
Kilmington Manor
Aldermaston Pottery
Dartington
St. Ives
Cornwall
Lowerdown Pottery
Coleshill
Wenford Bridge Pottery
   
   Period   20th century
1900s
1910s
1920s
1930s
1940s
1950s
1960s
1970s
1980s
1990s
   
   Publication Date   19/04/2005   
   Publisher   VADS   
   Resource Type   Narrative text
Image
   
   Rights   © Text: Margot Coatts 2004/ Images: Crafts Study Centre 2004   
   Source   Crafts Study Centre   
   Subject Keywords   Richard Batterham
Svend Bayer
Michael Cardew
Michael Casson
T.S. (Sam) Haile
John Maltby
Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie
Lucie Rie
Audrey Blackman
Hans Coper
Bernard Leach
David Leach
Jim Malone
Rosemary Wren
Alan Caiger-Smith
Henry Hammond
William Staite Murray
Mary White
ceramics
crafts
liquid colour
brush decoration
textured surfaces
modelled surfaces
earthenware
slipware
stoneware
porcelain
   

 

 

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