6 edition of Zsolnay ceramics found in the catalog.
|Statement||Federico Santi & John Gacher.|
|Series||A Schiffer book for collectors|
|LC Classifications||NK4210.P43 A4 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||98085061|
- Zsolnay Hungarian Porcelain and Pottery. See more ideas about Pottery, Pottery art and Art nouveau pins. For years, the iconic Hungarian company of Zsolnay has been producing innovative and high quality ceramic wares. What started as a small family ceramics workshop in Pécs in had grown into a modern factory by the ’s, thanks to Vilmos Zsolnay’s long decades of painstaking and dedicated experimentation.
Zsolnay Ceramics: Collecting a Culture by Federico Santi, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). The exhibition was accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue, Hungarian Ceramics from the Zsolnay Manufactory, , edited by Eva Csenkey, and published by Yale University Press in association with the Bard Graduate Center. The book makes an important contribution to English-language scholarship on the development of the ceramic arts.
The book provides new photographs of some two hundred objects and designs as well as a selection of fifty archival photographs from throughout the manufactory’s years of production. There are also detailed entries for all work shown, biographies of the manufactory’s premier artists and of Zsolnay family members, and a glossary of ceramics. Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, Pecs: Address, Phone Number, Zsolnay Cultural Quarter Reviews: /5 there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date. All reviews jazz concert ceramic items ceramic factory worth a visit on display ceramics zsolnay venues complex exhibits /5().
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This is an interesting Zsolnay ceramics book, published by two American private collectors of Zsolnay ceramics. It is richly illustrated with more that color photographs, though the 5/5(5).
Material: pottery Decor: eosin Height: /8 inch Length: /4 inch Width: /4 inch Condition: excellent, like new Rare Jubileum mark - only used in year Manufacturer: Zsolnay Porcelain Factory Made in Hungary.
$ $ % Add to cart More. $ In Stock. Zsolnay Eosin Boxer Dog Figurine. Measures: 5 1/2 inch tall and 3 1/4. This is a valuable book if you are interested in the history of the Zsolnay Manufactory. The Zsolnay family and their manufacture has a unique role in the Hungarian industrialization and in the Hungarian history applied arts, as this manufacture has become one of the best in the world within a few decades starting from virtually nowhere, thanks to the genius of Vilmos Zsolnay and his daughters /5(6).
An entire chapter; fully illustrated is also dedicated to Zsolnay marks to help collectors identity their pieces." This book is pages and is a large format hard cover.
The over color photos detail Zsolnay by size, form number, date of production and current market value. Price: $ + shipping. Zsolnay Ceramics: Collecting a Culture (Schiffer Book for Collectors (Hardcover)) by Santi, Federico and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at “The factory was nationalized by the government and production fell to its lowest standard and has never really recovered.
There really were few popular examples after ,” says Federico Santi of the Drawing Room Antiques, who together with John Gacher wrote the book, “Zsolnay Ceramics: Collecting a Culture,” published in An entire chapter; fully illustrated is also dedicated to Zsolnay marks to help collectors identity their pieces." This book is pages and is a large format hard cover.
The over color photos detail Zsolnay by size, form number, date of production and current market value. Available J Price: $ + shipping. According to the book "Zsolnay Ceramics: Collecting a Culture" by Federico Santi & John Gacher, the mark on your bowl is known as "Five Churches and Family Initials" and was designed by Júlia Sikorski, the daughter of Vilmos, probably for the factory's debut showing at the Paris Exhibition where the Zsolnay factory was awarded a gold medal.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Zsolnay Ceramics: Collecting a Culture by Federico Santi and John Gacher (, Hardcover). Hungarian Ceramics from the Zsolnay Manufactory A well researched and written book, excellent photography, and reasonable historical facts for a change.
Interestingly, it lacks mentioning J. Fischer, a partner who had a 50% stake in the factory at one time.5/5(1). This book presents one of the finest and most beautiful Zsolnay ceramics collections in the world.
The Hungarian-born American scientist Dr. Laszlo Gyugyi has assembled this collection with exquisite taste, professionalism and careful devotion since the s. Buy ZSOLNAY CERAMICS (Schiffer Book for Collectors (Hardcover)) by FEDERICO SANTI (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The Zsolnay Manufactory represents a triumph of Hungarian applied arts, for during its heyday it produced elegant and innovative ceramics for an international clientele as well as architectural ceramics that embellished some of the finest public and private buildings in the Austro-Hungarian empire.
This manual recounts the story of the year-old company and presents numerous examples of its. About Zsolnay Quarter. because ceramics industry was unfamiliar territory for him.
The Development of Zsolnay Factory Vilmos Zsolnay quickly recognized the demands of the market, and he won positions by his innovative solutions and his own inventions in all areas of ceramics industry. Chapters of the fifth book of recipes of Vilmos.
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Description: pages: color illustrations ; 29 cm. Series Title. Vilmos Zsolnay died in and his son Miklós took over, and by the outbreak of World War I Zsolnay was the largest company in Hungary.
During the war the Zsolnay turned to manufacturing war-related ceramics, and after the war returned to the manufacture of decorative ceramics on a reduced scale. The porcelain factory established in Pécs in was at the forefront of European art and design for more than half a century.
Many of its majolica tiles were used to decorate buildings throughout the country, and it contributed to the establishment of a new pan-Hungarian style of architecture Location: Káptalan utca 2, Pécs, Lake Balaton & Southern Transdanubia.Item Details.
A group of six hard cover books on fine porcelain. Titles include The Book of Porcelain by Gustav Weiss, translated by Janet Seligman, Praeger Publishers, New York, ; Herend Traditional Craftsmanship in the 20th Century Third Edition, published by F.
Szelenyi House, Veszprém, ; Herend The Art of Hungarian Porcelain by Gyozo Sikota, Puski Publishing, New York, Zsolnay ceramic art from Hungary, featuring over color photographs, covers the three main periods of Zsolnay production: to —Folklorism, Historicism, Victorian Eclecticism; to —Art Nouveau; and Art Deco; and to the present—Modernism.
An entire chapter is devoted to Zsolnay marks to help identify the : Federico Santi.