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Bold, sophisticated, engaging, and startlingly modern, Buncheong ceramics emerged as a distinct Korean art form in the 15th and 16th centuries, only to be eclipsed on its native ground for more than 400 years by the overwhelming demand for porcelain. This work presents scholarship on Buncheong's history, manufacture, use, and...
Joan Miro's paintings are among the most widely recognized of any modern artist, reproduced everywhere from books to t-shirts and Spanish tourist posters. Accompanying the exhibition in Britain for nearly half a century to show work from throughout Miro's career, this book throws light on the life and career of...
By David Scrase
Containing over 800 entries and almost 1400 colour illustrations, this catalogue details the extensive collection of Italian drawings at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Ranging from Pisanello in the early fifteenth century to Sandro Chia in the twentieth, special strengths of the collection include masterpieces by da Vinci, Raphael and Goya.
An illustrated catalogue of 224 antiquities given to the Nasher Museum of Art in 2006, including clay vases, bronze, terra cotta, gold jewelry, and sculptures.
By Gabi Scardi
Through clothing, we celebrate or suppress identity, indicate allegiances and communicate our positions, aspirations and desires. Little wonder, then, that so many contemporary artists are invested in exploring the role of clothing in the construction of self and society. Aware: Art Fashion Identity reflects on these artists and their work,...
A Laboratory for Art: Harvard\'s Fogg Museum and the Emergence of Conservation in America, 1900-1950
Harvard's Fogg Museum was the first American museum with a scientifically based conservation and research department. This book explores the crucial role the Fogg played in the evolution of conservation in the US and abroad.
What woman can resist imagining herself in a beautiful designer dress? This title presents 100 fabulous gowns from the permanent collection of the renowned Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, each of which is a reminder of the ways fashion reflects the broader culture that created it.